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Poem: Bodylove 

Enjoys that role, enticing old woman.

The way he whispers she makes him hot.
Hint of puzzled, taste of surprise.

Savors his voice, husky with desire,
Their secrets.

Writer sometimes loves words most in the world.
Him - prefers the unspoken.

“Stop discussing” he says. She grins, does
As he tells her.

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