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Sex & Black Velvet Cake

Love under lock and key...
an exquisite sunset, 'O' paints pretty colors, before
a maiden's heart dances, piroettes beneath the straight,
moonbeams bointe to her fate as she waits patiently
a devine key will unlock her heart,
revelation will reward her patience
a paired key is waiting on the other side of the moon
this key courts the perfect lock
moon shadows waltz serenely under a black velvet shy
shooting stars are messengers carrying her call for you

such is black velvet cake a bit creamy to taste it permeates your stomach's residue
"An eternity, I have waited, oh how long I've dreamed of you,
Every minute of forever you'll be locked in my heart".

Oh, hear her plea, please grant her desire
End her search for her dream to come true
Raprure from above..rain, a soothing lulaby,
Floating..adrift..in dreams your key is hers
Wishing herself away to sweet, tender oblivion,
She has waited too long for your key
Dark depths of hihility, infinite space
She will await you in the middle of the abyss
Dance towards the moonbeams, they point to your face
She prays your key will unlock her dream

"An eternity, I have waited, oh how long I have dreamed of you,
Every minute of forever you'll be locked in my heart".

Are you the keeper of the key to her heart ?
Come dance with her...under the moon
Worship her in the moonlight with a passionate dance
Whisper your secrets, exchange your trinkets,
Your key matches her heart and her heart unlocks yours
Moon shadows waltz serenely under a black velvet cake
Shooting stars are messengers, telling the rest of the world,
You've finally unlocked her heart
Dance toward the moonbeams,
They point to your fate.
sex and black velvet cake
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Submitted by hitalot on October 29, 2017

1:32 min read

Mario William Vitale

Mario William Vitale is a twentieth century poet. He has developed a style of free verse. Has written over one thousand poems. more…

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