george albot


T, time, , ,


I need you to lay naked for me
So I can lay naked beside you
No need for the curtains to be closed
No need for any covering

With your legs and knees curved and bent
So to allow me to place my leg between yours
To feel the heat from you
As I look at your breasts
To see that your nipples are reaching for the sky

Will this make your thighs start to tremble
Do you want me yet, can you smell the need
That I have for you

Look at me, and tell me
That you want to feed me
All of the spoils of the sex you have
Tell me to take as much as I need
Until I am satisfied

I hope you can see me now
And that you can feel me naked beside you
Read my thoughts that I am having tonight
And feel how I am touching you

Look down at your nakedness
And rise to show me the gift
That you are giving me

Now tell me to take it
It’s time to eat
XXX

Submitted: Thursday, May 02, 2013
Edited: Friday, May 03, 2013
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