george albot


Judder


Driving past your, just drive me wild with desire
It was like seeing you for the first time
Because I didn’t expect to see you
The images of you are burnt into my heart and soul

This is a new one; I need to kiss and bite
Your bare shoulders tomorrow
But I need you to show, them to me
And close your eyes
Hope I can make you shudder

The next time we do, or the first time
I need to feel you thighs, on my skin
I think you know where I need to be
I hope when we do I can touch you
As no one ever could, or ever has

Its done me know good at all
You getting the washing out


You are not my possession
But you will always belong to me
Can’t let you go,
My fab
Night night babe
XXX
Invite me and show me every part of your body
Cause I am defiantly ready for you

Submitted: Wednesday, October 09, 2013
Edited: Thursday, October 10, 2013

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