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Marvels!



Had I but worlds enough and time
I'd draw my lover line by line
In all her carnal beauty posed
Her body wantonly exposed

Lewd licentious lustful lips
Furtive fondling fingertips
Inviting lovers to cavort
Mutual satisfaction sought
Unbridled passion,deeds,and thought
Denouement, la petite mort!
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Submitted by Viceversa on April 14, 2021

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