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A Game of Seduction

It was the way she stared in his direction
Her eyes gave such a curious teasing look
And though she was there with someone else
Her devious quick glance had quite the hook

Perhaps it was the way her dress was so…short
And the pair of come fuck me heels she wore
After all, at wedding receptions you’d expect to see
Some women dressed elegantly and some like whores

Yet he was fully aware of her fleeting glimpses
She was becoming more uninhibited with every beer
He’d always been charming and well dressed
He’d always had that effect on women over the years

And her date, a guy her age, was totally oblivious
Of her casual flirting with an older man
As her smiles and laughter became intoxicating
Drawing his attention like a subtle plan

They sat at tables adjacent from one other
Strewn amid conversations and turning heads
Then at one moment they held each other’s stare
As he peeked and saw between her legs

The swift glance from her seductive eyes
Tendered a torrid invitation like a secret dare
Perhaps it was the smooth look of her legs
That spread a little more to show her underwear

Then she crossed them slowly and intentionally
Modeling the curves of her ankle, calf and thigh
Her skin looked soft and silky like sweet caramel
That perhaps would fully spread later on at night

And he found all thoughts of her so provocative
As her smile seemed to cast a spell and bewitch
While crossing her legs again with suggestive banter
Desiring that little delicious tantalizing bitch

She seemed like such a delicate and naughty thing
Playing a game of seduction in that little dress
With an air of innocence that quickly disappears
The inner whore she was trying to suppress
Written by wallyroo92
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