Samantha Campbell

Rookie (July 2 1979 / ohio)

Lyrical Head

As the swelling
beats of my heart
thud out I love thee true

I divided my words
then multiplied them
by how many times
they spoke of you


They want you
to come over and play
naked and un-syllable'd

I wanna bite
sink my teeth in
hungry my words
wanna taste you
raw and dripping
from my lips

I dont flaunt my curves
to hide my ink stained skin

I wrap my soul in loose leaf

And if I could climb into
the structures of your mind
I'd embrace myself
with your knowledge
stroke your interest
and fondle your thoughts

I wanna tease your mind
with my erotic rhymes
stroking your brain
with verbal mind-licks

If knowledge is power
MMM...... then give it to me

Cause you turn me on intellectually
when we have a conversation
so deep that my body trembles
and I climax mentally

Teach me
all I can learn

Drilling it into me
each and every word

Expanding before me
the girthing meaning

Letting minds meet
cumming together

As lyrical Einsteins

My blood cells carry
sensual vocabulary
I know exactly
what to say
to make
r< br>o

Cause when I put
my wet lips
to your mic

I give you
what you've been
askin for

I bet this is
the best brain
you ever got

Cause I give good
Lyrical Head

By Samantha Campbell

Submitted: Monday, June 11, 2012


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well what to say about this one.... it was fun and a bit funny it made me giggle anyway

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