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The Glimmer of Venus

Our partnership grows firmer with each libertine embrace,
our bond is strengthened with every potent pleasure we share.
Such thoughts alone make my heart and mind race, 
contemplating the beautiful truth of our love deepening along with our desire to dare.

I've learned to be patient, not to push you or act the fool,
I've played that part all too well and it only works against me.
I'm no longer that same silly boy, mouth agape with drool,
no matter what we decide to do, I am your man completely.

But we do not behold the glimmer of Venus
with the passing of each and every night
and our coming glimpse of that celestial furnace
elucidates the brilliance of your light.

I revel in the knowledge of our common yearning,
our wish to worship the goddess of our fantasies.
The sensuous combustion of our passion burning
propels us with powerful thrust toward uncharted seas.

We both lust to fulfill our decadent dream
of adoring her Heavenly Body.
I swell with the urge to explore her as a team,
our consummate form of naughty.

Let's visit our bird of paradise to the beat of our own drum,
we can make eyes while we dance and feel the tickle of her feather.
Only if we roll the dice will we know all the fun that can come,
so let's take this chance because it would be fun to do together.

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