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Jack Ross Jr.
Splenderous scent, dazzling emerald eyes, smoke and flames, melting with desire.
Red lights flashing, I'm on fire, crashing through the mirror, Danger zone! I'm under
her spell, magical fingers touching me everywhere. Suciside curves, long red hair
wrapped around my body, reeling me in, soft angel skin, oh such a sin.
Leather and lace, satin and silk, can't catch my breath, don't have a clue where's up
or down. One thing for certain, I'm in melt down, all gages are red, looks like I'm in
over my head. Can't focus my eyes, heart is thumping like a giant jack hammer. Time
to pull the rip-cord, I'm bailing out, screaming I love you in an echoing shout.
Landed on the floor right next to my bed, sweat on my forehead, wild eyed looking
all around. Don't smell a thing, don't hear a sound. Was all this a dream? Can't
figure it out, do know this, it was eerily real. I cruised the Danger zone, oh man
what a thrill!