Treasure Island

Jackeline Chacon

(November 10,1995 / Bakersfield, California)

The Closet Game


Let us play a game
In this dark place here

The closet game is fun
I promise you my dear

Take off your clothes
I want to see skin

They are the rules
If you want to win

I will touch you here
You touch me there

Oh please do not cry
My little teddy bear

Young little child
You are my little toy

Do not be scared
Just feel the joy

Keep this a secret
My baby dear

I have done a little
Accident in here

Submitted: Tuesday, July 15, 2014

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