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The Screened In Porch

Love on a screened in porch

My wife is resting on the lounge
Reading the book that she has found
I'm on the swing
Evilness I bring
Would you mind if I come around?

Over her text she did now look
I'd rather keep reading my book
Stay there you see
Don't come near me
If you do your goose will be cooked

I rise from my perch upon the swing
Walk to her, wicked thoughts I bring
Hand upon her thigh
She gives the evil eye
She ask, Just what are you thinking

I reach up her legs to her underwear
I yank them down and a tear I hear
Her lips give a hiss
Pull her to a kiss
Pleasure will soon be ours to bear

The roads but twenty yards from here
What if someone sees us I fear
My hand on her slit
Her lip she did bit
To hell with it come to me dear.

She loosens her top nipples to bare
She's almost naked now with out care
Then she drops the book
She invites you to look
Her beauty so boundless and so fare

I look upon her and I do espy
At heavens gate between her thighs
I cannot wait
Upon this gate
I enter her there and hear a sigh

We made love in the fresh screened outdoors
Just two silhouettes moving no more
I give her a look
What about your book
Don't worry honey I've read it before

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