Peggy Dotson

A fantasy

everytime i look at you
thoughts flow through my mind
of all the things i want to do
if we both had the time

i wanna lay you down
in my king size bed
and kiss you from all over your body
from your toes to your head

i wanna make love to you
by soft music and candlelight
i want us to take our time
because we have all night

let's start with a slow dance
as i take off your clothes
then we can proceed to do things
that only we will know

i wanna feel those soft sensual lips
as they kiss me in the places i like
and by the way i moan
you will know that you're doing it right

don't tease me for too long
because you know how i get
come on inside of me
and make my kitty wet

but these are thoughts in my head
that will never come true
because there is nothing going on
between us two.

Submitted: Tuesday, January 03, 2006
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  • Rookie ***** ********* (1/3/2006 7:06:00 PM)

    Awww Peggy! what a shame? Nice fantasy though, I thought the kitty wet line, kind of spoiled it a bit, but that's me. 9 from Tai, imagination, gone up a gear! Thanks. lol (Report) Reply

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