Judy Hill

Rookie - 0 Points (Nov.11,1979 / Gary, Indiana)

Freaky Tales - Poem by Judy Hill

When you told me you loved me,
I didn’t know how to feel,
You told me that your love
for me is so real.

When you held me in your arm
you held me tight,
Right then I knew it was going
to be right.

As time went on we became a
Beautiful thing,
I was your queen and you were
my king.

Our love for each other got stronger
and stronger,
For you to enter my being my body
did hunger.

Piercing my soul as he entered
my being,
Oh for more my body
was feening.

Educating his head I gave him
lesson after lesson,
I think what I’m doing to him,
can become an obsession.

As I licked up a down his spin
and not the one on his back,
Yall know where I really
was at.

As it came to the top I tasted
the flavor,
The taste of it I know I will

When it happened you touched,
teased, and pleased me,
The sight of heaven is what I
did see.

As you tongued kissed my
lower lips,
Your hands rubbed all over
my hips.

As my fountain did run you
dranked again and again,
What you was doing I know
was a sin.

This freaky tale is all of that
and then some,
I bet you while reading this
it made you cum.

Signed a in the dark

Comments about Freaky Tales by Judy Hill

  • Peter Lebuhn (12/8/2005 1:16:00 PM)

    Very Nice, Yes you are right I was growing in my pants as I read this one. Hmmmmmmmmmmm
    Way to Go
    Your Fellow Freak,
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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 5, 2005

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