Marcquiese Burrell

(2/21/1987 / Baltimore, MD)

Wet


if you divide it
start licking on it
then dive right in it
that's going get me... wet, wet, wet

got an appetite
and i'm blaming you
what i want you to do
is get me off
grab your umbrella
it's about to pour, down

your body
arouses me
flesh to flesh
makes me scream
oh, my, god

I throws it at you, and
everytime you catch it
You kissing on my skin

caught up in the passion about to reach my peak
love the way you gripping my naked body
three minute stroke mesmerized by your technique

Orgasms back to back
are you liking that?
I like you all up in it
Put a hurting all up on it

no, i'm not content
unless we go again
like a rodeo, a ride that bull
until you feed me and my mouth is full

I like whenever i am on top
and you tremble underneath
nothing can get me so hot
you never missed a beat

Submitted: Wednesday, January 01, 2014
Edited: Wednesday, January 01, 2014

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