Melvina Germain

Rookie (April 5/1945 / Sydney, Nova Scotia)

! ! ! ! ! The Best Is Yet To Come

Ahhh you feel so good, when I’m away from you
I’m not myself anymore, can’t wait to walk through
That door. Find you sitting there as if on a throne,
the queen of desire. You please me, you make me
feel so special. I enjoy your scent, it’s you I require,
I’m blown away by your sense of touch. ohhh yes, I
love you so very much. Without you my body would
loose it’s glow. Ahh you’re so good to me, let me
touch you, feel the warmth penetrate me, let me absorb
you. I look forward to this every morning, every night,
it feels so right. Let me place my hand around you,
and squeeze you gently while pressing the tip of your
nozzle, ah yes, here it comes, that cool sensation, the
sweet emollient lotion by fabioley oh yes I only buy
the best.

Author’s Note: Ok, Ok, I know, this has got to stop,
I’m in one of those moods again, you’ve been there,
you know what I’m talking about. LOL, bear with me
I will get back on track.

Written by: Melvina Germain
Date: Oct.26,2008

Submitted: Monday, February 02, 2009
Edited: Thursday, February 19, 2009

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