Leather - Poem by Luca Menin
Leather sins at midnight,
the show began.
She will accompany you all night.
With buzz and boobs,
would I know?
black leather trousers and red shoes.
when she slides down your sleeves.
Spread her wings,
tied in leather strings.
Sit on my knee,
laugh champagne and bubble's glass
Whisper in my hears,
leather whip tongue.
leather snake in her underwear.
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