The Lover and the Lovess

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The lover wanted so bad to make love to the lovess;
But his world was all but a mess.

He set out and fixed everything in his life;
Soon he was going to ask her to be his wife.

He went to jewelry shop after jewelry shop;
Soon he would have a question to pop.

He finally found the perfect ring;
If there ever were such a thing.

He then went to the florist's location;
And bought her every carnation.

Now what to do about the special meal;
He decided on a vegetable medley and veal.

That happened to be one of her favorite eats;
Though she always claimed it would go to their seats.

Soon he was at his apartment;
As all the important money had been spent.

He began preparing the dinner;
He dressed in a suit that made him look thinner.

He called her on the phone to invite her over;
Soon she showed up in her Land Rover.

He smiled as he met her at the door;
She had no clue what was in store.

He commented on his attire;
Hers made his heart seem on fire.

The meal was devoured and eaten in haste;
For he had no time to waste.

Soon he looked into her eyes and got on one knee;
My Lovess he simply said will you marry me?

She looked down and with tears in her eyes;
For her happiness she could not disguise.

She said yes yes I will be yours for the rest of time;
He smiled and said now it is time to make you mine.

He got down between her beautiful legs and spread them apart;
For her body was a work of art.

She wore no panties only stockings of hose;
He loved it when she wore only those.

He began to lick;
with his tongue he did flick.

Soon her legs were on his shoulders;
They seemed to stay without any holders.

Soon she was begging him to give her his cock;
Which by now was hard as a rock.

He gladly gave her what she asked of him;
As they came buckets filled to the brim.

Finally the lover and lovess had made love;
The were made for each other like a hand and a glove.

And on the day they got hitched and tied the knot;
They found the perfect spot.

He then took her on a honeymoon all over the earth and back;
For she never put out the fire in his nut sack.

To this day they are still bound as one;
She 94 and he 101.

By Phillycub