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Art (Making Love)

Author: Ghetto_King
ASL Info:    19 m ft. lauderdale
Elite Ratio:    0.76 - 4 /33 /54
Words: 220
Class/Type: Poetry /Passion
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Average Vote:    4.0000
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Just art of making love with my spin

Art (Making Love)

Lying in the bed, eyes connect reading one another’s face
Inching closer to each other a range of feelings being shown
Through there bodies movement at its on steady pace
Close enough for lips to touch looking through each others eyes
Pass there color drifting to where there soul lies
Taking hold of the feeling of love for one another
Embracing it letting there bodies go
As the feeling that was inside now physical they let flow
Taking there time with a every kiss touch and lick
Not rushing the passion not wanting any spot UN hit
Parting legs doing a lovers dance
As the heart beat of each makes the pace for this woman and man
Long stares into each others eyes and then getting loss in the moment and time
Feeling every sensation ten times over as if cupid slowed time
Different positions each special in its on light
A different face of passion experience and pleasure sublime
Like to stars or the solar eclipse these lover inline
Going over every step of four play
As they get serious with fifth
Pleasure glands are drunk as they perform scene after scene
Close to one another like sting after bee
With each canvas the perfect picture is seen and both parties pleased

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