otteri selvakumar

Rookie - 0 Points (25-07-1970 / 13, santhiyappa street, otteri, chennai-600012, tamilnadu, s.india)

WOMEN


Women...
Some budy
Called flower...

Some budy
Called moon...
Some budy

Called Brandy...
Somebudy
Called hourse...

Some budy
Called donkey...
Some budy

Called basterd...
Some calling
Some of word's

Women with women's...
This words are
Not full fill

The women...
World wide
Women is beauty...

Women is sexy...
Thats thats...
But...

Women is what...?
Not only women
Women is your mother...

Women is your sister...
Women is your wife...
Women is doughter...

Women is your gran mother...
Women is your friend...
Not only above...

Women is a human...
Human is women...
Understand too

All women's...
With your heart...
At your humunity...

Submitted: Friday, February 02, 2007
Edited: Friday, January 07, 2011

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  • Rookie - 216 Points Ronald Stroman (2/2/2007 11:10:00 AM)

    the sweetest taste to my manly imagination. woman... i looove 'em. i can keep my mind off them sometimes... but not my body.(lol) (Report) Reply

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