Treasure Island

udoh etido

(Lagos, Nigeria)


Hold me tight;
wish to die in your arms;
Fit in hard;
give in not to fright.

My breasts are hard;
the walls are glad;
A night of bliss;
share the kiss.

Come unto me;
thrust in deep;
I find none worthy;
rule with fiery.

I dreamt of this night;
i long for your eyes;
My thighs are open;
glide in and forget your sorrow.

Let your gun stand;
like Israel's band;
Let the rhythm flow;
do not betray me, no.

I reach for the skies;
i am pleased by your might;
Turn me on;
do not let me fall.

Hold me tight;
roses always fade.

Seek my thighs;
come into my shade.

Submitted: Monday, August 19, 2013
Edited: Monday, August 19, 2013
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