Dreamy, steamy, retro raunch encounters,
Propositions with intentions superbly erotic,
Conjoined pleasures sweltering in the heat,
Bodies raging and rowdy with heavenly lust,
Endorsed by God between a man and his wife.
Divine passageway, guarding their absorbing love.
Each one protecting the other with ferocious repeating surprises,
He is her leader, he guides her, she follows his lead with delight.
He dazzles her, she sparkles and glows like a star!
She entrances him, he is as radiant as an entire galaxy!
He is rugged, strapping, and sturdy,
She is astonished, enchanted, charmed by his every attribute.
He sees her fears and he calms her like nobody else ever could.
She sees his anger, his hurt and she draws him gently to her bossums and kisses away his tears,
He is of noble character, wise, decisive, highly cultured.
She is charismatic, sophisticated, clever and also wise.
The love they share is elaborate, abundant, illustrious...
Overflowing, ever growing, deeply intimate.
They are ebony and ivory perfeccted!
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