Sugar and Spice


! Sweetest Sin - Poem by Sugar and Spice

On skimpy see-through gown,
Dressed in fashion; wraps to moonlit passion,
to play the sweetest surrender of one’s flesh………
to grow beyond the desires of sexual fantasies………
on his maleness she served utmost sexual ecstasy,
became a slave to taste the rewards of the sweetest sin.

10-14-09


Comments about ! Sweetest Sin by Sugar and Spice

  • (10/15/2009 10:11:00 AM)


    sex is desire in both man and woman.....may be sweet unless unhurting and with no sinful intention..... (Report) Reply

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  • Mehta Hasmukh Amathalal (10/14/2009 10:11:00 AM)


    became a slave to taste the rewards of the sweetest sin.......it is thoughts of differentschool and onemust rememebr inlife that it is biggest moment in life whenu sharethe sentiments withfull knowlege....it ishappiest momentandhas God's blessings too..onemust take it as sacred happening inlife...love to read ur creation as it tastes nice in thought.....10 (Report) Reply

  • (10/14/2009 9:42:00 AM)


    Sexualy lustful, yet short and tactful. (Report) Reply

  • (10/14/2009 5:14:00 AM)


    I like this because
    it keep my mind thinking
    i think this poem is nice
    because you didnt explain
    the poem fully
    leaving lots of room to ponder
    I love this
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  • (10/14/2009 3:55:00 AM)


    lol I can't think of anything sweeter to do! Any tips? Not wanting to overdose however, so please be subliminal, just like this fine piece of erotic mastery.

    Love the title and great name too.

    Smiling at you

    Tai
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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, October 14, 2009



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