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A Taste Of Simplicity

Close your eyes my love
Let’s sink into the sands of time
Let’s fly this earth
Where we have no earthly whys
Entwine bodies among the stars

I am your Venus
You are my man from Mars
Kisses upon my lips
Legs entwined, girth slips
Calling out your name among the universe

They hear
Down below there’s chaos and tears
On the galaxy on the moon
You lay me so
No hindrance of clothes

Mm… as you slip as you patrol
Kisses to my feet, up my legs
To my breasts, and to my nipples
Mm… make love to me as you sink
Oh my love, so simple
Written by SweetKittyCat5
Author's Note
Bee to the blossom, moth to the flame; Each to his passion; what's in a name?

Helen Hunt Jackson
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