BEAU GOLDEN

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Bodies entangled in threes


Bodies entangled in threes
All merely hoping to please
Bodies entangled
Hair dangled
black hair shaved bodies warm lips
Two perfect 34 inch hips

3 lovers entwined
On flesh they all dined
Two ladies small bodies big hearts
One man wrapped in between their arms
Was this the perfect moment in time?

Bodies entangled hair dangled
Nothing new or newfangled
kissing two lovers as they share their love
repeatedly thanking the gods up above
small firm rounded shapes
As their mouth grins mine gapes

Open mouths and orifice
Without edifice
Joy and Hanna
Hanna and Joy
I must confess I am their toy
Joy gives the greatest pleasure
As mouths and tongues and bodies entwine
Lost in a moment in time
All 3 dine
On pleasures of the flesh, divine.
Divine.
Lost in a moment in time
We men dream of a moment when stars align

Beau Golden

Submitted: Wednesday, February 06, 2008
Edited: Thursday, February 07, 2008

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