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“It Felt So Right”

It Felt So Right - ©

As I watched from a loft,
On this Moonlit night;
Her skin was so soft,
Her skirt ah’ so tight.

What a beautiful sound,
As her feet touched the ground,
As she danced all the night.

She knew I was there,
As I wished she were mine.
The most beautiful hair,
And her breast were so fine.

As she moved round and round,
She was Heavenly found,
Ah, The most beautiful sight.

As I watched from the loft,
She turned with a stare;
Here skirt she slid off,
Her skin became bare.

Oh God what a sight,
With those eyes so bright,
I could smell her in the air.

As she danced on and on,
With each breath I could hear.
Though not heard was sweet song,
For this one to come near.

Oh, It Felt So Right,
As I watched her in the light,
I wanted her here.

The sun began to rise,
And she turned to walk away.
The light between her thighs,
Shined through in just a way.

She looked with those eyes,
No regrets, no goodbyes,.. .
“Do you plan to stay?”

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