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Topic: Best F Plus poetry?  (Read 3741 times)

chai tea latte

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Best F Plus poetry? #15
Fertile Earthly Maiden, here I come to tease your senses by walking the trails of thy luscious body,
there I sink my Feet into the scented Sex of yours.
Those long Blades of grass like fingernails scratch along my skin..
You suck my heels into Thee, holding my Extremities in an alchemic mystical Embrace.
Those fallen leaves like pubic hairs hide the secret Portal of Your grace from profane eyes.
As I penetrate more into it, the wet walls of warm mud open up like a trembling hungry mouth, its saliva orgasming pure water to further lubricate my next moves, yearning for more..
Those sharp thorns like unexpected lustful bites pierce my fleshes ejaculating red semen.
Earth to Man, Man back to Earth.​
Mister Smalls Bobalay McMillan and Waifu

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Best F Plus poetry? #16
Remember, Bakunin thought that Gargantua was the best literary work of the Modern Era

chai tea latte

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Best F Plus poetry? #17
Remember, Bakunin thought that Gargantua was the best literary work of the Modern Era
Smoking Crow, March 23, 2015, 01:12:55 pm
ulysses hadn't been written yet

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Best F Plus poetry? #18
hit quote and see
chai tea latte, March 23, 2015, 01:04:28 pm

Well played. Very well played.

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Best F Plus poetry? #19
Remember, Bakunin thought that Gargantua was the best literary work of the Modern Era
Smoking Crow, March 23, 2015, 01:12:55 pm

Me and Bakunin are now officially buds for life.

Anyhow, James Joyce loved Rabelais, too.
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