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Savage Love
by Wesley Dale Willis

Savage, where are you today?
Someone has stolen you away.
May I kiss your soft puckery lips,
From your rose, to your cherry hips;
Kiss your rose tattoo, and bunny too
With just a splash of cherry wine?
Your heart, your soul are only mine.
With just a splash of cherry wine,
May I kiss each cubicle of your spine?
With just a splash and taste of cherry wine.

Savage, where are you today?
Someone has stolen you away.
Your soul, your heart are mine, in one.
We merge; the tune, the song is sung.
May I kiss your soft puckery lips,
Kiss each cubicle down to your hips;
Kiss your rose tattoo, your lips, bunny too?
Savage, may I kiss and only kiss you?
As the stars shine and glitter through the night.
You're the perfect ten carat diamond, my plight.
Savage, where are you today?
Someone has stolen you away.
        
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Poem ID: 71321   Poem Posted: 2/7/2005
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