Atef Ayadi


the tarro of love


you will keep me...
a life.......

if you talk....ideally....fun....
and you always talk....

i see you....
whenever i see you.....

whenever you notice....
whenever you are in this planet...
walking on these streets....

so keep talking


and walking...or sleeping....on my chest...

i am listening to you...


if you are not talking.....

we can talk in between.....and dream out.....

for a real talk....

like two strangers...

like two lost waving eyes....

swimming for their life...in a cold night...

and look for another...Titanic...survivor.'....

to feel being life....



or off!

me! ! !

yo forgot i am your master...

girl....? ? ?

let me tell you....my

poo ssi ssissi...ness...! !

i want to teach you some cat to cat techniques...

if you stick to the plan....tonight......
i will teach you some cut to cut techniques...

finger to finger techniques...

tongue-chin-tongue....techni ques...

Submitted: Friday, March 12, 2010
Edited: Saturday, March 20, 2010
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