I don’t know you
But you came into my life,
A way ahead,
The fruit of all my desires,
So soft to hold in my darkest hours,
I love the way you feel,
So mysterious like orange peel.
As I dig my fingers in,
Into your perfect skin,
As I caress you outer layers,
I see you smiling.
I know you have a soul inside,
An intelligence and wisdom divine,
But as I hold you on this first day,
I’m just glad that you’re all mine.
My true fantasy,
The real deal,
Some orange peel.
And in the days ahead,
I find you naked in my bed,
With that sinister smile,
And all your beauty ,
For me to see.
Slowly I caress your body,
Delicate and tasty like honey,
I like the way that you feel,
So tangy like orange peel.
As I dig my nails in,
Into your beauty and delicate skin,
I unravel your mysteries,
Knowing who you are,
Loving you more by far,
You mysteries I start to discover,
Like taking away the orange peel.
Finding the real fruit inside,
The real you no longer hides,
I find all of your juicy parts,
To guide me ahead into the unknown.
You are the fruit in my bowl,
I have peeled away what you hid,
Now you lie suggestively before me,
With your beauty and bare skin.
There is so much joy in sin,
This is where we begin,
Unravelling and laughing,
Cutting away the stitches and opening pores,
Easing and massaging away the aches and pains,
And declaring that I’m forever yours.
Tighter and closer,
The orange peel is no more,
My confidence grows, shy no more,
Our inhibitions on the floor,
Darker and warmer,
We have become closer for real,
Happier and confident,
We just had to remove the orange peel.