Thunder Forest

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Mindful Tease Poem by Thunder Forest


My love pulses for you slowly seeping from an eternal ceiling, dripping of natural beauty deep in perpetual meaning. Our song echoes over the valley of my thoughts flooding them with our love. The flowers of these meadows sing of happiness fed from up above. With our touch skin on skin I soon begin to feel a soothing sensation gush from within. Our hot bodies tangled, glazed in complete bliss as our tongues dance to the music indulging in our addictive kiss. This eternal ceiling, dripping wet, teasing down our thighs... as I slowly feed my throbbing head into your blooming flower to feel you on the inside. Immense pleasure, so tasty, thusting deep into your belly. The rhythm of our hearts beat with such harmony that it melts me. Whenever we're together the most beautiful of weather I find... For when I am with you finally I am one with my mind.

Submitted: Sunday, April 21, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 27, 2013
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