I would have loved to see her body flower with her soul, To grow up freely in her prodigious play; To find if her heart bred some dark flame Amongst the humid mists swimming in her eyes; To run leisurely over her marvelous lines; To creep along the slopes of her enormous knees, And sometimes in summer, when impure suns Made her wearily stretch out across the countryside, To sleep carelessly in the shadow of her breasts, Like a peaceful village at the foot of a mountain.
To see her body flower with her desire And freely spread out in its dreadful play, Guess if her heart concealed some heavy fire Whose humid smokes would swim upon her eye. And in the misty pools of her great eyes I'd try To spy some secret flame, ominous and cold. To feel at leisure her stupendous shapes, Crawl on the cliffs of her enormous knees, And, when in summer the unhealthy suns Have stretched her out across the plains, fatigued, Sleep in the shadows of her breasts at ease Like a small hamlet at a mountain's base.
I'd watch her grow into her gruesome games, As I observed her body blossom with her soul. Her magnificent forms, I'd cuddle lazily, Climbing the slopes of her gigantic knees. To roam her mighty form hcat my sweet ease, To crawl along the slopes of her vast knees, And, summers, when the giantexs unhealthy heats Made her sprawl, tired, across the countryside To sleep at leisure, shaded by her teats, Like a calm hamlet by the mountainside.
Underhill In those times when Nature in powerful zest Conceived each day monstrous children, I would have loved to live near a young giantess, A voluptuous cat at the feet of giantfss queen. Reason for flagging: Please select To send an abuse report regarding this group, give specific details of the offensive content in the space provided below then click the "Flag" button.
And when she tired of the sick mid-summer suns And stretched across the land to take her rest, Like a peaceful hamlet at the foot of the hills, I'd sleep serenely there in the shadow of her breast. I should have liked to see her soul and body thrive And grow without restraint in her terrible games; To divine by the mist swimming within her eyes If her heart harbored a smoldering flame; To explore leisurely her magnificent form; To crawl upon the slopes of her enormous knees, And sometimes in summer, when the unhealthy sun Makes her stretch out, weary, across the countryside, To sleep nonchalantly in the shade of her breasts, Like a peaceful hamlet below a mountainside.
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Like a lazy cat at the foot of my queen I'd lay. And oft to scramble o'er her mighty limbs, And climb the slopes of her enormous knees, Or in summer when gantess scorching sunlight streams Across the country, to recline at ease, And slumber in the shadow of her breast Like an hamlet 'neath the mountain-crest. Please tell us what you find inappropriate about this chat room.
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