Life Savor

Poem By Richard Stilwell

I put it in my mouth and let my tongue drift into the hole where it got wet and I began to taste the sweet as it began to flow. I let it slip out a little between my lips and it made them sticky. I then sucked, licked, and enjoyed the pleasure from my wonderful lover, knowing she came.

2001

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