Michael Gale

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Bikini'Ed Gravitease. - Poem by Michael Gale

With tongues a'waggin' down at the beach...
Thonged bikini's admired by men's eyes just a'stretchin' to reach.
Telescopic eyes do wink and a'flutter...
Men stare on like wolfish types, that are a pack's own eviled like
brothers.
Roundly mounds of bubbling flesh, tend to over flow over a tightly held bikini bra'ed potted container...
When one femaled torso is top heavied and proportionately gifted,
Nothing may constrain her-Since her chest is so highly lifted.
Whiplashed necks react to the cracks from the quickened neck's stare...
Staring at well endowed women can take a well thought out care.
Jiggle, jiggle, thunder and roar...
It's only time until those magical round orbs bustle and soar.
Now that is what i call the bare gravetease...
To thine eyes, i do well welcome, these paired dueled cones, well do
please.
My groinaled area, is no longer at ease.
The female form do hold my eyes...To this bare fact, there is no disguise.
The large hootered lady can hold my attention...
I am most certainly held in a trance like erection.
This surfboard that's stiffened as in between my legs...
Will forever more, spray out like full shaken beer kegs.
Hour glass shape i do so love...
I wish to feel, as a tight fitting glove.


Comments about Bikini'Ed Gravitease. by Michael Gale

  • Frank James Ryan Jr...fjr (5/25/2006 9:14:00 PM)


    MICHAEL...HAVE HEARD MUCH ABOUT YOU, BUT I DECIDED TO READ YOUR WORK ANYWAY...JUST KIDDING, OF COURSE.
    THIS IS AWELL CRAFTED PIECE OF VERSE, INSTILLED WITH ALL THE KEY ELEMENTS THAT A STELLAR WORK OF LIT. DOES MAKE...NICE PENNING,
    MICHAEL....JUST ONE BIT OF COSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM, IF YA DON'T MIND:
    NEXT TIME DON'T CREATE SUCH A BRIEF TITLE....TENDS TO DETER EXPOSURE....HAH! ''''''''''''''''''FRANK
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Poem Submitted: Monday, May 15, 2006

Poem Edited: Friday, December 26, 2008


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