Treasure Island

Ramona Thompson


Oral Sex


One look in your eyes and tonight I am sickened
Rolling and shivering I can feel my skin crawling in bitter repulsion
All day I have been dreading the question that I knew tonight you would be asking
Lust burns in your gaze devouring me as if I were nothing more to you than a piece of meat

Surely you would't force me into an act of submission that you know I don't want
Eww! Now I can hear you unzipping and pulling it out
XXX rape is what I guess will my punishment for still loving you even after all these years of torment

2008 Ramona Thompson

Submitted: Thursday, September 11, 2008

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