Treasure Island

Leonard Rebello


FANTASIES OF A MIRROR PART-1


The mirror gasped as she stood in front of it with her tresses flowing longingly

The mirror looked in her dark brown eyes

The mirror admired her almost perfect lips

The mirror gazed longingly at her perfect hips

The mirror took her in its arms

The mirror embraced her reflection in itself

The mirror ran its fingers through her soft hair

The mirror kissed her lips a thousand times

The mirror bit her slender neck

The mirror whispered a thousand nothings in her ears

The mirror …..The mirror ……The mirror

The mirror left its love bites all over her soft warm body

Submitted: Friday, September 04, 2009

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