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Wordlust: Fine Chocolate

Fine Chocolate 2/4/2011
Chocolate, oh so beautiful, oh so smooth
Sweet on my tongue
Candy to my eyes
Mmm, chocolate
Your sweetness prevails me
Milk chocolate, dark chocolate, even white chocolate to satisfy my taste
I can't be defined by one race
Can't be confined to silly boundaries
The heart wants what the heart gets
And the eyes desire you, my sweet sensation
Melt in my mouth
Quiver to my touch
Give me a sample
Give me a taste
I don't ask for much
Oh, chocolate!
My sweet chocolate!
Sometimes sweet, and sometimes bitter
On my lips, lick my fingers
Your sticky sweet lingers
Chocolate, delicious chocolate
Warm caresses and sweet kisses
Fire burning from head to toe
The heat rising, bubbling on my skin
Moist, sticky, sweet up my spine
This elation has got me feeling mighty fine!

Happy Valentine's Day!
</3 JAe

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