Treasure Island

Ramona Thompson


Lesbian Women


Ladies, ladies, ladies
Exceptions to my straight laced rules I just can't make
So please do understand my sweet lovely babes
Bi curious or gay for you I just can't be
All the way with you I really do wish that I could go
No doubt do I have that for both of us it would indeed be one hell of a mind-blowing experience

Would if I could I swear
Only problem is that I don't wanna go to hell for that kind of kinky sin
Makes me sick to my stomach, but I just gotta push the temptations of all your hottness away
Even if it kills me a little more inside every time I have to say no to that fine a...
No way, there's no way that I can afford to risk everything that I have gained

For just a gamble
A gamble for the love of a lifetime
A love I'm afraid I may never find with a man
Any man
No matter how hot, rich, or perfect he may be......

2008 Ramona Thompson

Submitted: Tuesday, May 06, 2008

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