AlissaMarie Unknown

Rookie - 0 Points (May 8th 1982 / Pittsburgh)

Ultimate Fix - Poem by AlissaMarie Unknown

You know how every once in awhile
you need that perfect fix!
Like to most drugs is what they dig,
but I need to play rough that is.

I need to roll around and be nasty
with a guy who can just let it all
out and be nasty with me.

Rather its clothed, or not wrestling is
the thing for me. Not only a fix but a way
to relieve the constant stress I recieve.

Yes I love to play dirty, I'll even nibble
at the flesh. Sometimes I'll get carried away
and draw a little blood but it's like the say
all is fair in love and war.

So give me someone who can just be as nasty
as me but be prepared for the ultimate rush when
rough housing with me.

A trip it will be not to mention fun for me,
wrapped around your hot sweaty body. Just please
don't droll on me as I begin to squeeze.

You'll enjoy it I swear for if you don't I really
won't care 'cause I'll still have fun even after
the torment begins.

Don't hold back I can handle all you give,
I might be a girl but deep inside I'm just
like you a pig!

So bring it baby I not only dare but beg
for it I swear. Just don't delay to long
or I'll only bring more pain once our
session begins.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, May 11, 2006

Poem Edited: Friday, July 23, 2010

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