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Mystery Woman



The feeling and the urge
I really want to splurge
Your shape and movements distract me
There is nothing else that I want to see
I want you, for my basket is not full
Quickly paced, riding like a bull
Quivering at the thoughts of you
I want you to become my boo
Help me God, for I know no better
I am in a prison, and want to send you a letter
Forgetting you is not an option
I am full, full of emotion
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Submitted by kingcong on March 22, 2021

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