1st Impression

Poem By Lydia J. McFarland

Once our eyes met
I knew you wanted me
I could see it
in your lustful stare
licking your lips
as your gaze,
traveled down to
my thick, caramel brown thighs
Even so, when you looked in my direction
in my expression,
you saw no emotion
which gave you the impression
that I had no intention
to allow you, the opportunity
to indulge yourself;
you skinny dipping in my ocean
was not an option

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Talk about rejection! Wonderful!

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