Chaotic Intentions

Take a word, give it meaning, throw it back and watch it gleaming. Take a sentence, give it depth, feel my words flow across my breath. Feel them travel across your neck, please request for a reality check. Pinch yourself, make it hurt, sorry to say, but I’m quite a flirt. I’m not all talk, I also walk. Sexual frustration builds up inside, while words and scenarios are enticed for the ride. Actions are played, and stories are told. Imagination doesn’t end until the lust grows old. Rekindle the lust, trust the second chance, especially when your eyes meet, noses touch, and lips dance. Embrace the pace before you finish the race. Let me give you an example. She’s pinned against the wall with care, penetrating fingers through her hair. Our eyes greet, noses glide, lips meet, and tongues slide. Now that I have your attention, I’ll give you a deep penetration of interest that will make sure you’re an avid reader for a page turning romance novel.

Chaotic Intentions

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  3. […] Chaotic Intentions –  I discussed a lot of moves that would make an introvert uncomfortable, yet leaving her euphoric after my sensual dedication. Is being an introvert a disadvantage, especially romantically disadvantaged from bad experiences? What if they have a social bubble that cannot be popped? Is there a greater possibility of a relationship with someone who isn’t as passionate as I am? Confidence is sexy, but how far is too far for an extrovert to, literally, push me off the bed? […]

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