Treasure Island

Matt Burgett

(1991)

Experience The Joy


Inspirius eyes stair deep into mine
Unknowing of what will move will come next
I decide it's time to make my move
As I reach in straight for your neck

I'll latch down upon your skin
Lock my grip in tight
As you shiver from within
You'll give in and refuse to fight

You will enjoy the moments
I can see it on your face the joy
The rebellious nature of it all
The joy you get to kiss another boy

Who ever said it was wrong
Those people know not of what is real
The feelings you can still have
From the joy that he can make you feel

The images of just boy and girl
Have been burned in to make it right
By those who know no better
And for this cause either way I will push the fight

It's up to you weather or not you make the choice
be it for girl and girl or boy and boy
Unless you're gay or bi
You will never experience the joy

Submitted: Tuesday, February 10, 2009
Edited: Thursday, November 04, 2010

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  • Crystal Torres (2/10/2009 10:53:00 PM)

    wow... idk if i HAVENT experienced it l0lz but yeah dat was good and wow someone was having good images while writing this xD totally a 10 (Report) Reply

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