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By Paul CrockerPublished 3 years ago 1 min read

Remove all lust from my groin.

It is more of a burden than a delight.

Take away any evidence that my purse held a coin.

There are more important things to give plight.

I want the majority of it gone.

When I said for you to remove my lust.

Please let the kissing and cuddles remain.

I don't want my purse covered in dust.

I'll need a little something for when it rains.

But you can take the majority of it.

Remove all hunger from my gut.

I'd rather not end up obese.

Get rid of the cockiness of my strut.

My personality is enough to please.

So please detach the majority.

When I said for you to remove all hunger.

Obviously I need to live.

I have more style than to dress like a plunger.

But my word of mouth is what I'd rather give.

Feel free to remove the majority from me.


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Paul Crocker

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