Rick 'Goblette' Burton

(Salt Lake City, Utah)

Attachment - Poem by Rick 'Goblette' Burton

Silk down my chest
Silk is my breast-
A heart of breath
Beating as one,
The beauty one.

Your heart expects this,
Hearth, my hands
Mellifluous your breast-
Neck, I kiss
Your rosy lips
A leg pardon,
I kiss again.

Permanent caress
Hand silk-silhouette
Inter - body lines
Your sacred sex
My protected guest!


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  • (3/11/2010 2:28:00 AM)


    Nice Rick. Scott here, looking for you for awhile. I moved back to SLC from Seattle. Look me up at abandonvehicle dot com. I hope you are well and still playing your bass! ! ! (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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