Sandra Dodd

Don'T Be Shy, I Will Comply

Talk dirty to me because
ya know even though
I am not supposed to
I like that
hot smutty lust speak
I like it a lot, indeed

Your too shy
you should just come out and say
how you would like to touch me today
in many many new, creative ways

Say how you would like to fondle my breast
lick me, then roll me over and have your way
cuddle your manhood in my chest
feel my long nails drag across your back
dig into your bum as you inject and retract
have you watch me while I react

So honey honey
dont be shy talk your dirty
wishes to me
so that I can submit
to your whims
with every dirty word comply

Come on give it a try
You dont say,
see thats what I was
talking about
Tell me more

Poem Submitted: Monday, February 15, 2010

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Comments about Don'T Be Shy, I Will Comply by Sandra Dodd

  • Chris Diaz (5/3/2010 2:51:00 PM)

    very interesting poem, :)

    type of a poem all women should write

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  • John KnightJohn Knight (4/10/2010 7:03:00 AM)

    Hello Sandra (Beautiful name mening Love Godess and Defender of Mankind - so your folks got it exactly right) . I love this poem it it so so emotional. For an Alpha Male it is a perfect INVITATION from a very Lovely Lady the answer is YES! ! ! ! ! V 1 Invitation to TALK. V 2 Invitation to TOUCH. V 3 Invitation to TASTE. V 4 Invitation to TEASE. V 5 Invitation to TRY and TRY and TRY again. The invitation is irresistable - thanks for caring - thanks for sharing. Love you through Poetry - JOHN XXXXXXX (Seven perfect Kisses for a Perfect Lady)

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  • C. P. SharmaC. P. Sharma (2/16/2010 12:05:00 AM)

    When Adam and Eve were in perfect bliss
    Why did we this social contract kiss?

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