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First Dance

How a dance and chance encounter can alter life
The midnight stars will never shine

As bright as the gleam you put in my eyes.

I remember so well the night that we met

Etched forever in memory, I cannot forget.

In a room full of people,

Yet you were still all alone.

When asked to dance, your answer of yes

Came in a subdued and hushed tone.

Holding you in my arms, the feeling is so right,

Dancing and loving you, deep into the night.

Bodies sway in time with the song.

Tell me baby, is this so wrong?

To want you here, now and forevermore

Gliding effortlessly across the dance floor.

Into your big brown eyes, I intently stare

Holding each other, we look, we glare.

It's more than the music or dance that we share

But a bonding of two hearts that really do care.

A look, a touch, a hug and a kiss.

When this night ends, it's you I will miss.

"But the night is still young," you say with a smile.

So we continue to dance, and in the meanwhile

With your arms around my neck, fingers entwined

Bodies pressed together, beginning to grind.

The want and need I see in your eyes,

Intentions spoken with hips and thighs.

My body responds to your moves done so well;

My cock aches for you as it begins to swell.

Feel its length and girth, and if you want more

Take my hand darling, let's head for the door.

Like birds in flight, we make our migration

Driving into the night, with great anticipation.

It began with a dance that felt so right

You're in my arms, spending the night

Our evening started innocent, with neither a goal nor a plan,

Yet tonight we share the oldest dance, known to man.

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