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Lovers Tango with Lauren Dorf

Lovers Tango with Lauren Dorf

Moonbeams dance 
delicately off her form
Her eyes sparkling
like a river stream

He licks his lips 
longingly

He thirsts
just one sip

His hunger 
entices her libido

She stands erect
and pulls him in
with just her look

Enticed
He pulls her near

Her breathing heavy

His nails digging into her skin

She whispers seductively, 
“you’re my succulent sin.”

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Cherie Sumner-Taylor

Very seductive...I feel Lauren's contribution in this....They say it takes two to tango....and when they do..it is pretty hot.  Lol....I adore passionate writes....You drew me in...Thanks for sharing...xo ;)

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YourJoe

Thanks Cherie, Lauren did all the work. I just followed her lead. Have a blessed Christmas

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Larry Ran

Dear Lauren and Joe,

One's blood rushes through their body
As they read these pulsating lines
They thirst for that same lust
Saying, "Succulent sins I wish were mine"

Love,
Larry xxx

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YourJoe

Thanks Larry from the both of us. She is a spectacular poet.

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