Peya Jakob


The Lovers - Poem by Peya Jakob

Beautiful lips touch soft skin,
and lips part to allow them in.
Desire is ringing in her ears,
a pleasure so sweet it brings her tears.
Beautiful lips touch soft lips,
and a hand gently on trembling hips
moving toward her naked back,
she curves her back and moves her tongue as she kisses her back.


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, August 27, 2008



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