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Isabel Lavender

Rookie (06-09-1967 / Aalborg (Denmark))

Pleasure Land


My body is yours to use as an endless map
please be brave curiosity killed the little cat
navigating your tongue from my face til feet
just enjoy the ride on my Princess street

love and lust can be two different poles
shiver in desire from every pleasure holes
my hair is your forest my breasts your top
arms and legs your racing track, don't stop

my love pilgrimage has now finally begun
soon my map will be shimmering in the sun
pleasure of the flesh so healthy and no sin
honey keep on soon you will reach the win

my tense body is hotter and almost near
just keep on exploring soon you will hear
Cresendo is reaching my loveliest Knight
satisfied ready for sleeping now, goodnight

Submitted: Monday, August 25, 2008
Edited: Sunday, August 31, 2008

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