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Carla Kitts

Rookie (April,5th 1996 / Pasco, Washington)

I Don't Want You


you disapeared so long ago
where you went I didn't know
then you came back
now my fragile mind is under attack
your too confident in the way you speak
your suduction atempts are weak
you want me, yeah I know
but I love someone else so just let your lust go
I could cheat
but that would be excepting defeat
you call yourself a pornstar
but I'd never kiss lips so used, I'd rather run away fast and far
you aren't what you seem
you're no hero and no dream
you're skilled with games and converstaion
but you're a guy who lacks a destination
don't know what makes you think I like you more then as a friend
so if you don't stop this foolishness our friendship will end
not a single picture of my body will I ever send
no you won't cause me to break nor bend
why trade in a man for a horny little boy?
don't you know I'm no ones sex toy?

Submitted: Friday, January 11, 2013
Edited: Saturday, January 12, 2013

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