Samantha Campbell

Rookie (July 2 1979 / ohio)

Cherry Glossed Lips


I'm trying not to fall
but every moment
you hear my body call
lust building
breaking down
moan breathless
coming down

My lips moist
I have no choice
trying to deny
is like living a lie
I open my legs wide
take each thrust in stride
the waves make me tremble
like the guitar I play
passion turned night to day
cherry glossed lips
taste my sweetness
my greatest gift

My hair cascading
my mind and heart escalating
is this lust love saint-full sins
I have no answer
I just keep letting you in
I'm conflicted
you leave my
arms restricted
your touch your taste
pleasure upon my being

If I'm an angel Ive fallen from grace
if its a sin I have to repent
but the orgasmic motions
are heaven sent
so this cant be wrong
bodies and hearts
beating so strong
so I close my eyes
let my temperature rise
these are the music notes
of passion over time
where my heart
and body collide
so I turn around
tell you to hug my curves
while I ride

By Samantha Campbell

Submitted: Monday, June 11, 2012

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