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Just a kiss                                  (sarc.)
My photosynthsesis
                 -I am replenished with the sunshine
                  of your pleasantries-
Tongue.  Swallow up my chest
I'm aroused for you
I give up self-love
for your abundance.
Kiss me one more time...
                                       (on my soul.)
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