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The Stripper

The old beat up sign blinked
Pink and green neon glared
You could barely make it out
But it said....
 
"SWEET SOUTHERN GIRLS NUDE"
 
It quickly caught his attention
He wondered just how sweet
These lil girls could be
 
It was so dark and smokey
He could barely see a thing
Except for HER under the spotlight
Just her and a pole-centerstage
 
She was elegance incarnate
Hayworth, Taylor and Monroe combined
An out of place diamond
Hidden away in this hole in a wall
 
Entranced as he sat and observed
Golden hair, emerald eyes, perfect pouty lips
He was under her spell
With her every move, he moved too
 
As she diappeared behind the curtain-he paniced
Would he see her again?
Grabbed a napkin and jotted down a note
 
  "Please allow me just one drink. No strings attached.
   Just beg to look at your beauty for a fleeting moment
   In time."
 
She was touched by his gesture
She had grown use to more crude remarks
She scribbled this quick reply
 
   "Darlin' I'll be ALL yours in just a bit."
 
Drinks, laughs....some light back and forth
He was falling and falling hard
The conversation grew more flirtatious
Totally filled with yummy innuendos
 
She responded fo his every word in kind
All of his advances met with a smile
Not sure whose idea it was
But soon they were leaving together
 
Once alone at his place
She gave him a private dance
Her offerings were melodic
She reached down for him to join her
 
As they swayed in time as one
She undressed him
Slowly one button at a time
Exposing his rapidly heaving chest
 
Picked her up, carrying her to his bed
Looking into her eyes as he placed her down
At that very moment
They both knew that she would never leave
 
Long passionate kisses unsued
Each devouring the other
It was obvious to both
This was for keeps
 
 
Written by lilsouthernbelle
Published | Edited 16th Aug 2014
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