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within the underskirt of Annie's home-spanked cheeks lies the bottom
of the apple. Like a silent serpent, I will creep in and out.
Furtively, and spirited with the pride of that All-American pie
within a bird's eye view.
hearty swells of each ample cheek will wax and wane at each rising
crescendo. They will redden in unison with each loving thwack from my
fellow partner in thigh. We are a joint operation, compelled by the
force of each digit, in search of destiny, desire, and derision.
alone, I will propel, inch by inch, flesh to flesh as I ascend and
unleash. As I expand, I will continue to make headway, through this
luscious apple valley.
As I submerge, I will immerse myself in this
warm, welcome confinement---the borders sending electric jolts to
build up and tease me with the prospect of the most wicked
nirvana---a tight, warm, wet hearth to swallow me whole.
the brink, I will emerge victorious---at a stand-stiff, if you will,
but only momentarily.
From this cusp of natural treasure, I will
divulge my most glorious exposition of all---in slick streams of
substinence, along the endless miles of flesh defining my sweet
And another set of cheeks.
And before her very
am eight inches tall.
An officer and a gentleman.
I will take you to
Thinking Outside The Box,
"Annie And The Apple Bottom" written by Sandra London on January 30th, 2013 at 3:00pm
Follow The Grind
Perhaps an officer of the peace of any given jurisdiction, whose purpose is to protect and serve those who occupy the public space within its geographical borders can, in good faith, engage in and conduct an honest criminal investigation on an unknown (or, presumably, unknowable) individual.
By the will of the people, and within the confines of an otherwise lawful detention, an enforcer of the laws of that land is afforded the benefit of public faith in their official capacity as to discretion and best efforts made towards due diligence <in the absence of documentary proof to the contrary>.
Indeed, in society, we accept that enforcers of the common good of society are, by our own consensus, afforded immunity from a wide variety of trivial, technical errors in favor of the overriding quest to identify, define, and contain:
suspicious and/or criminalactions, motives or intentions
which have been deemed counter to public interest.
However, one or more harmless miscalculations or misjudgments can become unconscionably averse to all who dependupon those very same guardians of public safety and welfare when,
despite production, presentation, or recognition of valid, government-issued identification*, one is still held, not only under an underlying inquiry, but jointly----
Under an additional criminal actwhich is often ultimately even more amoral and insidious:
The criminal action of comportment.
Or, rather, "being"
<per se> and/or by nature or custom:
-> An outlaw.
-> A Fraud.
-> A communicator of falsehoods.
-> A thief of personage.
-> One who bears false witness to and of one's self.
An enemy 'alien' amidst, but never among, the people----
An "it" or "thing" who unlawfully harbors and assumes the personhood of honest, legitimate, verifiable datum.
Alas, in an instance such as this, to even begin to refute any other preliminaryperception based on supposition of criminalacts, one is compelled to, instead, overcome the base nature of that which has been concurrently presumed unprovable----
------the morality (and proof of ownership) of one's very own existence-----
and, yet, an individual would be precluded from such, because one is already being, as one's self, summarily and (self-evidently) rejected.
Let It Be, ;) Sandra LONDON
p.s.: In pursuit of knowledge
*A name; a state-issued drivers license; a professional license; a passport; a birth certificate, reports; legally recognized oaths/statements/proofs/titles/registries; biometric identification; business records, etc