Control - Poem by Judy Hill
Take the power of attorney,
As you sign your name all on me,
When you touch and tease and please me,
And you go between my knee's G.
As you hold my hips and grip them,
And I bite down on my lips an,
Meditate on these emotions,
As your body keep on stroken.
I scream yes, maybe no,
It doesn't matter you running the show.
I know that this was needed,
My body feels good you succeeded.
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