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Sylvia Perry

Rookie (07/30/1993 / Detroit)

Malak


Hyperventilating lullabies of redemption your regal component ripping through the quarters of my quaint establishment.
Lingam in full gallop.
The sting rippling through essence of night.
Approaching a labored epilogue of controversial blasphemies.
Sensory inputs the politic of priority & necessity of nuptial.
Our taut naked figures aiding one another in intercession: reiterating vows of trust.
Organic sighs of venery cusping my yoni in yoke of sustenance making my profligacy your prerogative.
Volts of licentious torment charging my corpulence with bolts of dote cathexis.
I grit and gravel inexplicably in protest, Mandingo expanding my inner corridor.
Leaving souvenirs from his being on my spleen.
Profundity of adulation!
The slake of my sleek landscape masqueraded by Mardi gra masks of rhinestone.
Scapula plumes veiling hankering in paragon of virtue, oracle's great debate.
Epileptic seizures of solicitation juddering my distended nub.
Rigid dome enduring the benign provision of the PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS.

Submitted: Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Topic of this poem: love


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