Melissa Fleming


Lust


Push me against the wall
throw your keys on the table;
Take me to your secret place
and let me show you what I have to offer;
Tackle me on the bed
and kiss me deep;

Take your hands and run them
up my shirt;
Let me take off my clothes and I'll
let you go to work;


Wrap your hands around me
and cradle me in your arms;
I am like putty in your arms
mold me in what shape you want me to be;

Let me feel every stroke of
your precious body against mine;
Love me long and strong
because we will be doing this all night long;
From one night to the next will be playing
this sport at our best

Submitted: Friday, June 21, 2013
Edited: Friday, July 26, 2013
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WARNING: poem may contain sexual content!


By Melissa F.
4/27/13

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