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    dots Submission Name: Cunnilingusdots
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    Author: hyproglo
    Elite Ratio:    4 - 180/258/153
    Words: 141
    Class/Type: Misc/Misc
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    dotsCunnilingusdots
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    Meet me after midnight
    After your lights go...
    where you want to go

    D
    O
    W
    N

    To that favorite spot
    That the world cant touch

    And your back
    and your toes
    Do that thing

    As the world turns its back
    with a smile

    And your style
    Mmmmm...

    Nothing to listen to but you
    Nothing to listen to but you

    Nothing to listen to as you
    Nothing to listen to as you

    Clench
    Those
    thighs

    Because my ears are cold?

    How more alive can we be
    Deaf and grasping for air

    Mute yet moaning
    Alive yet grasping for air

    No need to keep it clean
    A tongue can feel the beating of a heart

    Deaf and numb and alone
    In that moment
    that is who we are.




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