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Sometimes just the thought of someone can stir up emotions in us when we least expect it. Hopefully, there is someone in your life, or in your memory, who can stir the following emotions in you.
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Wetness does not always pertain to water
in an ocean, river or lake;
Sometimes it refers to how I feel
when I remember your embrace.
I only have to think of you
to remember me in your arms;
My legs quivering, my mouth moaning
I have fallen captive to your charms.
I long to feel your body on mine
to know the taste of satisfied love;
To lie quietly in your arms
we fit together like a hand to a glove.
You are the sweetheart of my life
you are my one sure bet;
You never have to wonder babe . . .
you can always keep me wet.
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