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A Wolf In Sheep's Clothing
WM (March 5,1962 / Kinston, Jamaica, West Indies)

A Wolf In Sheep's Clothing

A Wolf In Sheep's clothing

Written by: Wiflred Mellers, Friday, September 3,2010 @ 12: 39 PM





My heart lies between her thighs

From regions southern I gazing into her eyes

Apparatus of speech I exercise

From the keep the beast arise



From slumber now to full-size

Rocking the boat till it almost capsize

Juices flow to baptize

Cream-filled center tasted till it dries



Grunts and groans she replies

Tongue's motion makes an incise

Glorious sounds reach to the skies

In and out and even slantwise



From dawn till dusk back to sunrise

Energy filled with ample supplies

Stimulus by fingers reactions to higher highs

For this moment in time, I shall reprise



Nirvana reaching she tries

Rounding corners turning edgewise

Stopping now would surely be unwise

Shangri-La she reaches to no surprise



Thank god she replies

Tales now I surmise

For in this I tell you no lies

A wolf in sheep's clothing in disguise

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