A Feeding Baby - Poem by James McLain
sometimes you obtain; ; ' just to recommend'
it to milk your nipples in the new ones and
enthralling places - this public whole of mother's milk takes place at length a quiet lake,
l' perfect environment to pulverize milk outside.
a fast bath obtained to him l' drowsiness of nipples milk of hard splashing up and already half during splash' it upwards
assembled its body enclosure on the shore.
it obtains the motherload milk pouring in bottom of its trunk - apparently this bath helped you' more;
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