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Two lovers spend a day on a picnic, a romp under God's blue sky, and a sip of ice- cold champagne. Yum

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very lovely. i felt i was in the mood
Love this poem.really great!
I am genuinely aroused!

Late Afternoon Toast

Bearded chin grazes
A creamy smooth inner thigh
Diamond sparkles

Tiny reflections
Champagne bubbles in sunshine
Love under the sky

Soft kisses exchanged
Warm breezes caressing skin
Lust sounds on the wind

Hungry lips taste lips
Golden sunshine through closed lids
Molten passion builds

Two melt into one
Beneath God's blue canopy
Finally bursting

Fervor subsiding
A rising champagne bubble
Kissing thirsty lips

Bearded chin grazes
Shared vessel of bubbly wine
Her soft lips brush his

Slowly sinking sun
Arm in arm they end their day
One last kiss good- bye

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