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Swollen lips slobber around your base
As muscles undulate along your length.
Legs wrapped around you,
Heels crossed behind you,
Arms clinging on for
Deep lust and pounding thrust.

But you withdraw.
I feel you go,
Tiny nerves tingling,
Walls closing in as they try to
Grasp your leaving shaft,
And my pussy is left bereft
Of you.

Cool air crawls over your juice-wet skin
As you pause outside me,
Your throbbing head enclosed
By my throbbing lips that
Squeeze you,
Slavering for the plunge
My walls are waiting for.

The edge of your crown teases my agony,
Drenched in shining slickness,
And the moue of my impatience
Embraces your cruelty.

Awaits this thrust, your deep desires!
I hold warmth,
Tight waves of roiling muscles
Along your length
As inch by inch
Your motion fills me
And my cunt drinks deep of your fucking cock.

Drive in and be encased by me in
Broiling heat of abandoned desires,
And feel the pulse of the lust in my sheath
As I roll my nectars down your shaft
And push against your invading head!

So much I want you deep inside,
So much I fight against the need,
To feel your gasp in my ear
As you reach the explosion
That tells me you have become lost in me,
For all you withdraw and leave me empty.

For empty I am
Until you fill me;
Whole am I
When you are lost in my tight depths.

Withdraw, then!
Turn me writhing empty in lust,
For I shall feel your journeying
In and out
And cling with power and desire
Every inch of the way!

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