Mangia by Kim McDonald

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You come to me stiff and unyielding,

Tense, shattering under too much pressure

I know what to do to soothe you

Draw a hot steaming bath

Take you by the hand, guide you in.

Make sure you are soaking completely

In the lovely bubbling liquid,

Fragrant with the earthy oil I drizzle in

Around you.

I hum softly to you, massaging you

Gently as the oil and steam seep into you

You soften and sigh.

You are drowsy as I lift you out

You curl all up on yourself

Another drizzle of oil.

At my leisure I wrap you around my fork

Or decadently around my fingers

And slowly suck your long thin body down my throat

Satisfied..

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Original Poetry by Kim McDonald

Protected by The Freewill Writers Asylum Vaults since 2015

Protected by The Freewill Writers Asylum Vaults since 2015

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