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Kelly Abbey

Rookie (12/27/1972 / Jamestown, NY)

How do you entice me?


My mind, body and soul
As just the mere thought of you
Creates this never ending longing
Which replays our every caressing moments
Into this simultaneous sensory explotion
Where I can suddenly
Smell you...
That sweet seductive scent of your skin
That drives my other senses wild
A heart pulsing
Adrenalized rush
Creating this hard to breathe feeling
As my mind races
For every touch of your skin...
Those little hairs on your body
That brush up against my lips
As I kiss you
The softness of your hair
As it runs between my fingers
The taste of you when we kiss
That makes my tongue yearn
For the feel of your lips and tongue against mine

Replaying that very moment..
When our breath interlocked
And I paused
To breathe you in

Submitted: Wednesday, August 25, 2010
Edited: Sunday, August 29, 2010

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