I want you so bad

Poem written by Blood_Black_Rose on Tuesday 17, March %3

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Its not what you think

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I see you, my mouth goes dry. It's wrong I know, you belong to another. I can't help myself, I need you. I take you into my room and lay you on the bed. I hover over you, as I lick my lips. You look devine and I can't wait to have you in my mouth. I think to myself just one taste, then I'll be fine. But once your there, your flavor is more then I can bare. You explode in my mouth and I feel you slide down my throat. I feel a rush go through me, it's wonderful. I never want this feeling to end but soon it's over. I need you again, have to have you once more at least. I sneak back to the room your in and find no one watching. My heart is hammering and the blood rushes around my body. I can't wait any more, I need you now. I glance around the room once more to be safe. Then I snatch the rest of the cake off the bench and run for my room.
   

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  • lol Did not see that ending coming. Very good! Smile

    "You look devine and" - divine
    - March 17 2015 18:24:09
    • I think I've read this before but didn't realize it until I was halfway through it. Nice job!
      - March 18 2015 08:02:17