'L'/We\both/She\he - Poem by James McLain
Thus 'i' brought my hand to its mouth
and it 'i',
and already knew licked what 'it' were going to make (and was impulsively appropriate) .
around looked it used my jacket,
and leaned against me,
nobody could see what continued - but 'i' slipped my hand into its breeches and masturbated it for a little bit while/miles.
It wasn't the incredible pleasure the act
but the fact of doing it in the street was enormous a its' light.
We made that three times
and it 'l'/we\both/she\he liked it much and screamed.
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