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Gift wrapped

She undressed slowly there before meThe unwrapping of a wanted gift
Stood there very slightly blushing
In just her bra pants and her shift
All shining white silk
Trimmed with lace
Smiled as she saw
The lust on my face
Carried on undressing
With languid grace
Not the slightest rushed
No reason to rush and race
Until at last she stood
Before my old chair
Naked natural
Totally bare
To make sure
We didn't share
She closed  the curtains
On the approaching night
So we could make our love
Alone and out of sight
Making long hours short
All through that special night

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