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Get It On

For some it’s all a scoring game
Others give it a physical name
Could define it as a biological action
Filled with sweaty chemical reactions
For some it’s just a need so instant
Like an insatiable animal instinct
It could start with a sweet smile or gaze
A flirting remark that brings a blaze
Giggles and laughs leave a mark
Body language brings on the spark
Tight warm hug or passionate kiss
Soothing gestures all brings bliss
An adrenal rush and feeling warm
Goosebumps, chills, fuzziness form
Making out, undressing in playful mood
Wetness felt as you get in the nude
Fighting thoughts of right and wrong
Heck with it, let inhibitions down
Naked, cuddled, spooning together
More foreplay do we or just ram it better
Some like it intimate one on one
Wilder, you could enjoy group fun
Lights be dimmed or off, if shy
Exhibitionist you could be otherwise
Get high with weed and poppers
Or Party and play with droppers
Oral and insertion are not the norm
Double penetration now an elevated form
Acts of fisting, sounding, rimming
Endless classification of porn streaming
It’s not just the clit that likes attention
The prostrate too can bring an eruption
Orgasm or Ejaculation could be your goal
Or just keeping fulfilled your lonely sole
Whatever it be, it ends the same way
Ultimate satisfaction, with a smoke after play

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What can I say!! Tried to get naughty here lol

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Written on May 11, 2021

Submitted by Maheshw on August 04, 2021

1:09 min read

Mahesh Wadhwani

I always apologize for the length of my text as that’s the best way for me to communicate rather than verbally!! Not a man of many words but still manage to doodle when in mood to write, which is rare!! I am not even sure if what I scribble is poetry or even what form or just words that rhyme!! To me writing is an art, a sign of creativity and a means of expression. I don't really think that anyone can just write without any feelings, without having felt, without having lived, experienced or cherished. Whatever one writes, there is some amount of a persons own feelings and presence or of those around them, indicated in the works. So I am thankful to all the people in my life and those yet to come for having given me life, love, happiness and even pain. At-least I have had the opportunity to feel it , live it and express it, whatever it maybe. Cheers! more…

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