Skin hard as jade,
Mouth like a blade,
I’m seldom dry,
A dross lookst I,
And hard to find,
But my inside
Has hidden treasure
For woman’s pleasure.

 

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Horus Hardtke is currently a full-time student at St. Louis University in Missouri, majoring in Psychology with a minor in Theology.


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3 Responses

      • Rupert Palmer

        Splendid work! I have a number of these I wrote, somewhere… I’ll see if the SCP will put them up.

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