Fear Away - Poem by wilfred fisher
I want to lick you where is dry, until it's wet.
I want to see you tremble as you emulate an earthquake.
You will enter a physical convulsion filled with ecstasy.
An involuntary feeling created by a flickering sensation.
Let's go to a higher math and differentiate and integrate our angles
as we did in calculus.
We can branch off anthropologically into the science dealing with our anatomy.
I want to study you in section through observation and experimentation.
Making and testing ideas scientifically in pursuit of knowledge.
I want to universally touch you without limits or exception.
Have this sense perceive a pressure and traction on your silky skin.
Allow me to go on a voyage of you, as I discover and penetrate.
I will propel the shaft as I thrust away your fears.
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