Half the Tale of Two


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    Half the Tale of Two

    How can you complain when the name of my game is I'm already tame?
    Not some wild child, all anxious and riled, but a gentleman with a gentle hand,
    And I'm tired of faking so no more mistaking
    the decision I'm making: I'm free for the taking.
    Because you know I won't ask for that pleasurable task,
    Nor will I use force to decide the course,
    But if you give me permission, I'll make it my mission:
    To touch you, tease you, hold you, please you,
    Always need you and never leave you.
    To treat you, complete you, heat you, then seat you.
    So please do. I mean you. Now re-do, yeah, me too.
    I'm see through. I need you. So be true. We'll be two.
    -Andrew J. Golubiewski-

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    ladyvirgo commented on Half the Tale of Two


    I LOVE IT... thanks for the great read, I think you hit the mark with that one

    Poetry is not the expression of personality but an escape from personality.

    T. S. Eliot (1888-1965) American-English poet and playwright.

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