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Wordlust: Black Shade {explicit}

Black Shade 4/8/18

I was out of my body
Out of my mind
Fucked up in the worse kind of way
Black sheep
Oreo
Clawing my nails through the white clay
Black girl with a white knight
Small boy with small little toys
No hate, no shade
Those feelings quickly fade
With time all wounds heal
Keeping the next bitch under my heel
Kneel bitch, kneel
He makes love to me now
Sends shocks through my being
Making love to my soul
Sending me on planes into infinity
I told him to turn my mind into coal
Spun around his black finger
His touches and kisses on my skin linger
He fucks me out my body
Makes love to me out of my mind
We mix, we mesh so well
I'm captivated under his spell

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