george albot


young rose


Dear Mary
I am a timid young man who is not very confident
Around the older woman and my reason behind me righting to you is
Because there’s an older woman who has taken a shine to me
I don’t think I should be frightened even though she’s much older than me
I think she is a very experience in the toy boy generation
But I hope that I can live up to her expectations
Do you think I am worrying for nothing?

The trouble is George,
The older woman, sometimes can com’ over
Intimidating and being worldly
But what I would say to you is
If you can manage, making love once or twice
If you can do that, because most man can’t’’
I think you should be ok

Do you think, if I was to tell her?
That I love her and I think that she is beautiful
And adorable, and sexy,
And I can’t wait to kiss her, and hold her in my arms

I think you should tell her, but wait until
You are both in bed together
You sound a very nice young man
And thank you for your letter
I won’t say bye,
I’ll say night night
And I can’t blame you for loving her
She sounds so hot

,

Submitted: Tuesday, October 08, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, October 09, 2013

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