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You and I

Excuse me miss but could I have some of your time,
Cause I been watching you closely and I think you’re really fine,
I don’t think I’m going crazy of all these good hallucinations,
Cause everytime I see you I feel a strong infatuation,
But there could be some complications to the thoughts inside my head,
Like me and you doing things that consist of a messy bed,
Or slowly moving, enjoying the touch and feel of every part,
Just making sure to enjoy the time we share from when it starts,
Cause every second with you is a memory meant to keep,
And think about when ever I am trying to go to sleep,
With skin like yours that looks so smooth and soft plus sugar sweet,
Kissing you would be a pleasure, even if I start at your feet,
Then moving up your legs and kissing them in every spot,
Just wait until you see me make your body really hot,
While I massage your body with my lips and tongue plus both my hands,
I want to see exactly how much Loven you can stand,
Cause you look so sexy, beautiful, gorgeous, luscious and oh just right,
The type of woman that I can see me making love to day and night,
So let me tell you that I can feel a very strong connection,
With me and you together and our passion for protection,
Cause there is nothing that no one could do to ever make that change,
That is unless of course you look at me and think I’m strange,
But you should never judge a person until you know their true intentions,
Cause they might be the one to help relieve you from your tensions,
So now you know I want to be that last man you ever need,
Just let me know when you are ready, so we can plant that seed,
That seed of life so it can grow into a stronger, better breed,
I told you how I want you in my life and here’s the final deed.
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Submitted by Luckie626 on February 26, 2021

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Mr. Issac M. Loven Sr.

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