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Feelings of love... No feelings of lust that separate us from the beast... We become the beast inside...
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My mind screamed out "Make love to me"
My body screamed out "Make love to me"
He did more than that
Without a word
Without a thought
He touched, licked, kissed, nibbled, and sucked on places that my body
thought had lost feeling
Passion, Desire, Lust
He knew just what I wanted
>From the top of my head to the tip of my toes
The rush of sensation passed through my body
It made all the tiny hairs stand up on end
Just a touch and all of my feeling came back to me
>From just his touch
I fell asleep that night - peaceful
Only to awake the next morning and realize that he was already gone
Just a dream
I don't know; but when he comes back we shall start all over again
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