Treasure Island

Nickey Mason

(June 21st,1994 / Jackson, Mississippi)

I crave your lips, your ears, your body, and your eyes


I wonder when will we
share that special moment.

I crave your lips
all the time. You
kissing me any
where you please.
I love the way you do it.

I crave your ears
all the time. That way
you can hear me moan
and thats when you know
your doing something right.

I crave your body
all the time. Your body
on top of mine. Me
telling you to go
faster and deeper.

I crave your eyes
all the time. The way
you will look at me
when we're done. You
will smile at me and
then we fall asleep.

-La'Veranique
*aka* dat girl nickey

Submitted: Tuesday, May 19, 2009

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  • Daniel Mason (1/25/2010 9:39:00 AM)

    Wow is this true baby because if so you can have me like white castles wat u crave is wat u get (Report) Reply

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