|"Reflections" (standard:romance, 116 words)|
|Author: denis holzhauser||Added: Oct 30 2001||Views/Reads: 1875/1||Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)|
|A husband's love song to his aging wife|
I watch her ablutions from the glass a girl I married thirty years ago,who can still make me rise Now she sees me looking and her smile is in the lip tips the evidence of my affection not lost on her She enters our bed with a royal territorial perogative Her slim leg,tiny waist,high assed beauty,childbirthed modified and yet,her effect on me,is electric;hand,mouth or suction pump She continues to make me more man than I ever was with a fiction she is author of Bald,fat and farty; she seems not to notice the decay She still loves me,but,perhaps her knowing I will always love her is what has made me a man good enough to keep Tweet
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