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Kenneth Scott

We were Always Meant for Each Other

(Copyright (c) 2008, Kenneth Scott, All Rights Reserved)
27 December 2007

We were always meant for each other,
a faithful gentleman and a faithful lady, joined together
in lifelong blissful love and amorous marital fidelity.
We were always meant for each other,
the lady always lovingly submitting herself to her gentleman in docile ecstasy,
the gentleman always loving his lady with his very life.
We were always meant for each other,
the lady always eagerly pleasing her gentleman
by passionately and continuously burying his erect pillar
deep between her two massive, orgasmic udder-breasts,
both of her beautifully mountainous breasts having grown larger than
the remainder of her whole torso in sheer size, filling her with
absolute bliss.
We were always meant for each other,
the gentleman repeatedly filling his lady with sublime joy and fulfillment
by constantly filling her warm, deep, undulating udder-cleavage
with his thick, abundant rivers of love-seed
every day of her peaceful life, his passionate lady
always thrusting her powerful udder-bosom forward to vigorously seize
his strong tower.
We were always meant for each other,
and we will always be for each other
a lifelong home of blissful love.

Submitted: Tuesday, February 12, 2008

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