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Our sweet sin

It’s a privilege
To stay
Your whore
I've never felt so good

Oh, so sweet
Is our little sin

We grow up
Together in it
In to the new beginning
In to the life

We are
As we are

That’s all because
You are so beautiful you
And you let me be
Your whore

You have a gift
To change the meanings
Of the words
My baby
My love

How it’s sweet
Your cock
In my mouth

Let’s start again
I wish to have you
In my hand now

We were there
In our small room
And we did
As we want
Yet still
So little me
You let me to show
To you

No time, no place
To use all charms
We have to meet again
But I'm afraid
We wont have the time to lose again
And I'll need just to taste you, feel you
And to be your girl

It’s just suddenly I felt
Unsure a bit
Am I great enough
To be your love?
This lady you need
Your queen

I can be your whore
Yes, this I can

I hope you were satisfied of me this way
Did my mouth work well for your pleasure,
Or should I learn more?
Tell me

I need to be your perfect whore
I need to give you the best love
I wish this and I want to know
How to give you more
And more

I forget to show you
My dance
We have to start again
This romance

You have to see me
Dancing for you
It’s the part of the secret ritual

You have to see
I'm princess too
For you

But to be your whore
Was so good
You know

And I wish to be like this

Yes, my man

I love to finger my self
Thinking that it’s you
Doing this so sweetly

I love you
Doing it
To me
And in all of those places

Such a wonderful things
We create
Being together

I miss
Your smile
The way you move
Our steps
Harmoniously connected
Your arms on my waist
Holding me tight
Your hands in mine
Our kisses in the crowd
On a bus, on a tube

And your face
Your eyes watching me now
My beautiful
Oh, how beautiful
You are
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Submitted on May 01, 2011

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I am a Polish female living in the heart of the greenest region of Poland called 'The land of a thousand lakes'. I am married and a mother of two beautiful boys, working at the University of Warmia and Mazury at the Real Estate Management and Regional Development Chair. Poetry is the subject I use to fill my days, to make them full of love, light and smiles and hidden desires.Much of what I write is based on personal experiences and people who have come my way during this long trip of life which I live by.The inspiration comes from life and everything that touches my heart. Anna more…

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