Shamal Akrayi


All My Springs Are in You


All my Springs are in You,
not one breath I take is without You;
All I am or ever hope to be,
is only with plea, to:
Stand, Walk, Run, Pray, and Rest with you,
My chocolate, your visit
Was a miracle in my poor soul.
When you arrived
My heart survived
There was a hug in the airport
I was comparing you
To the TULIPS in my hand!
At home there was
A while for dance.
To smell you, for me was a good chance
Happiness and gladness covered me
The prettiest girl is with me!
A bit shy, a bit angry
We were for each too hungry
Tired she was, relax to keep
So early, she asked to sleep
Beside her in the bed
My heart to her beauty was tied
There was an attempt to give her pleasure
But she did not know, how can I measure
Unwillingly, I touched her nice body
Too wet was her vagina like a volcano
SEX with BYJAMA was at first
I finished to orgasm as a burst
Next day was in Amsterdam
A journey in the canals of dam
Kisses were everywhere
Tongs were here and there
Madam Tussaud was wonderful
With Katarzyna, the most beautiful

To stay content without you,
is impossible, irresponsible,
and vain.
Any attempt to take dominion:
in mind, will, action or other wise,
only leads to destruction, too;
Stay atop (with JESUS...)

Submitted: Monday, August 01, 2011
Edited: Tuesday, August 02, 2011

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