Cierra Calvano


Elizabeth


She doesn't see me
I admire from a distance
I care and I listen
Still I don't know if she hears

I love her long legs
The way her body bounces
The elegant way she runs
Her blue streak of hair
Her light-hearted laugh

I want to hold her hips
Kiss every little mole
Run my fingers through her hair
Let my hands run free

She's got a damn fine ass
and curves, I can't stop staring
I want her in my bed
Her body on my lips

For now, I chat and laugh
Contain my desire
Cause only one person can know i care
And no one will listen

Submitted: Friday, March 01, 2013
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