Theodora (Theo) Onken

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Union~


I missed your 'yesterday' smile, darling-
As, i passed the place that we once called ours
You remember, that special place where only lovers go...?
In the heat of the moment-'neath dazzling stars;
Oh, the rapture of it-
The amazing bliss...
That first innocent surrender-
Kiss upon passionate kiss;
Where the barometric pressure rises...
And the heat nearly blows the mercury
Within the thermometer of our embrace-
Our glistening zenith of pure ecstacy;
You know, that magical conjucal moment...?
And it's volcanic, orgasmic rush-
Nestled in the sweet secret garden of erotic!
Where even the white roses blush! ! ! ;

Submitted: Thursday, December 06, 2012
Edited: Friday, December 07, 2012

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By, Theodora Onken

December 6,2012

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