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Slow My Love Down



The sun sets behind the hills, and the moon appears bit slow,
But mainly you are laying down next to me, waiting for darkness.

Slowly, slowly my emotions will be set under the light if the star,
Slowly our hands will be without any piece of clothing on our bodies.

My lips tenderly will be kissing your lips, so you know that my diary
Lips have missed kissing your moist lips, whom you were bitten before.

Your pink nails hold my flesh, while my eyes are staring at yours
For moments, while you are melting like a piece of ice on my warm chest.

Slow down, slow my love down and remember I am a thirsty lover
Seeking for years, and tonight is the night where my pleasure wakes up.

My evil mind will viciously control of your feelings from your head
To your tiny toe, don't ever try to fool around of deep love emotions.

You always dreamed of being taken, maybe told what to do, for me
For you feel the touch of my hands, stroking your head, guiding on your back.

Spanking your round firm bottom till it tingles and turns red, touching
You between your legs to feel how wet you will be, pinching firmly your nipples.

You feel me aroused and getting larger as you squirm on my lap,
You will hear me whispering naughty things to you, make you tell them, do them.

Slow my love down, where I will be sweating so you are and our skins
Will be skiing upon each other's all night, and make our love more soft and sweet.

My heart will hear you whispering in my ear, what you will secretly say,
If only someone would touch me, it would be you because your love fits only in my soul.

Where I will ask the clouds and snowing winds to cover one whole year,
So we will be together, with no regrets, with no burning tears, but with more yearnings.

11/03/2015
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I started writing poems since I was ten years old, Most of my poems are free verse or proses.Which talked about sad dark and wild romance .Even some ones talking politics.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prose_poetryhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Free_verse ahmad4all_2@hotmail.comMontreal - Canada Thank you more…

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