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Un-

Un
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I want to unknow you,
I want to uncare
I want to unshow you
I want to unshare.

I want to unlove you,
I want to untry
I want to unforgive
I want to uncry.

I want to unhold you,
I want to undo this
I want to unremember
I want to undo that first kiss.

9/20/14- Jessica Thompson  ( I wrote this for people out there wishing they never met that person that broke their hearts. I'm sure everyone has once in their life )

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I'm just

I'm just
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I'm just an arubix cube,
give me a little spin
see what info you shall gain
if I choose to let you in.

I'm a mix of puzzle pieces,
some that might not fit
just try to figure me out
before you decide to quit.

I'm just ragged shirt,
someone chose to throw away
it's okay to try me on
if you want me to stay.

I'm just a pair of shoes,
I lack a little shine
but someday I could look brand new
if you could take the time.

I'm just a diamond in the rough,
needing edges more refined
if you could get to know me
I could make you really shine.


So before you even realize,
you'll know me a little more
and don't be so surprised
when I decide to shut that door.

Everyone has their, that's enough,
that's all you need to know
just feel blessed you know that much
and then simply let it go.

8/19/14- Jessica Thompson

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Coconut Cream Shake

Coconut Cream Shake
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Coconut Cream shake,
you taste so good
you quench my taste
all the ways  that you should.

All your creamy goodness,
it brings me much delight
thank you for the pleasure
you're giving me tonight.

5/24/14-Jessica Thompson

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Twisted


My mind is a twisted place,
a carnival of sin
and should you ever see its face
beware when you step in.

I can unleash a primal need,
a venture at its best
as I submit to you on my knees
and offer you no rest.

Step into my world of play,
fear, not its erotic whim
dive with both feet completely in
for its sin, in which you swim.

As pleasure boast upon your lips,
it's hard to get your fill
shall I be your daring ink
and you, my lustful quill?

Written by: Jessica Thompson
Nov 1,2018

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The Need

A ranging hunger deep inside,
a colorful coat of shame
a free and wild fire
that one can not contain

For it can not be exstinguished,
the searing sword of lust
feeding the hunger growing inside
everything becomes a must.

How insatiable it must feel,
the demanding, constant drive
when feeding the need 
makes you feel alive.

It's a variation of emotions,
where love is but discourse
because you crave something more
a sexual , emotional divorce.

Not everything can be cuddled,
making love will not suffice
where pain equals pleasure
cause needs aren't always nice.

The world is not a PG page,
it's not only black and white
sometimes you need a freak in the sheets
forget the gentle knight.

Written By: Jessica Thompson
Date:  Aug 1,2018



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Aging Love

Enthralled I am with such delight,
your hand embraced in mine
a kiss we share by fire light
how devilish and divine.

Embarking on a future set,
the stones all well and laid
a heart with our names finely etched
of every plan we ever made.

Could not this night bring a tear,
as I watched you fall asleep
knowing love is growing here
rich and ever deep.

Today I coined a wishing well,
though our wishes have come true
a heart of stories yet to tell
with memories of us two.

As we age and toil away,
there's no place i'd rather be
wrapped up and here to stay
with your arms embracing me.


Nov 5,2018



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Taco Taco

Taco Taco
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I like tacos,
nice and crunchy
sometimes for supper
and even lunchy.

Filled with beef,
tomato, cheese, and lettuce
Mexican food
my tummies fetish.



8/16/14- Jessica Thompson


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Thinking out loud


Thinking Out loud

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I am yours, flesh 
and blood

gave to you, from 
God above

Here I am, but you 
are not

don't forget, what 
you have got.



All these years, 
we've been apart

I hurt you, cause 
you broke my heart

a little girl, I'm not 
anymore

years have passed, 
just like before.



Time for a change, 
one would think,

talk to me, and not 
the drink

A firstborn, who's 
been the last

hope for the 
present, hate for 
the past.



There's is others, I 
can see

if your there for 
them, be there for 
me

Do they know, 
cause I exist

even if ...I'm 
the bottom on your list.



7/2/14- Jessica 
Thompson

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Happy Mothers Day

This Mothers day is different,
 not like the years before
 it leaves me feeling sad
 my heart a little sore.

 I know you're watching over,
 tracing steps I take
 careful there to guide me
 whenever my heart aches.

 So I'm sending hugs and kisses,
 all my earthly love
 to one special angel
 my Mama up above.

 Mom just know I love you,
 your right here in my heart
 and every time it beats
 were not so far apart.

 I know were not together,
 not the same old way
 but I still love you very much
 Happy Mothers Day.


Jessica Thompson-5/19/14

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Grandma

Grandma,

You are the wise one of the family. You are the
giver and doer, and true believer. You shape us,
as we grow. You are there for the good and bad, and 
all the in betweens. You play parts, that you already
played with your children, before us. If it wasn't for
you, the world would not be as sweet. If it wasn't for
you, we wouldn't know what family values mean. After
all, you did instill that within your children, who 
in turn, instilled it into us. All the meals would be
microwavable or served cold, because there would have
been no recipes to pass along to the next generation.
Besides, you know Grandmas cooking, is always the 
best. You are the prayer when things need a little help.
All in all Grandma, the world would be a cold, unfeeling
place without you. So thank you for all the things you
do, which are too numerous to list. I love you Grandma.

Your Grandaughter

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