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Velvet

Phase 1

I wish i could explain my actions to you in a way you would understand, but i can’t not yet. Not until you see the real in me,

 Not until you stop noticing the size of my breast before you notice my eyes, not until you notice the words i speak before the thickness of my thighs, not until you notice the pride in my stride and not the swing in my hips, Not until you feel the pain in my voice and not the curve of my lips. 

Until you manage to do this you do not deserve my velvet. 

I am a queen in my own right so what makes you think after a couple drinks im going to stay the night, wine me dine me while i fix my crown, maybe then i might just consider writing your number down.

My velvet is priceless its one of a kind, So if you think your money is enough you must be out of your mind! It’s taken 20 years of carefully woven threads, a ring and a promise in the house of god  is needed before you ever feel it in the sheets of your bed.

If you’ve reached this point an you still have questions in your mind hurry up and figure this out, your running out of time.

Because until you stop noticing the size of my breast before you notice my eyes, not until you notice the words i speak before the thickness of my thighs, not until you notice the pride in my stride and not the swing in my hips, Not until you feel the pain in my voice and not the curve of my lips.

Until you manage to do this you do not deserve my velvet. 

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