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Once you were in the bubble bath

I liked to stir you up more.

Half the suds went in your eyes

And half went on the floor.


The beauty laid in your soapy body

I wished to giggle them on my skin,

And when it sticked on your face with noddy

They dangled from your chin.


When you splashed them hard from your breast

They popped and disappeared,

I wished you to wrap me you around your chest

You made me greedy to be appeared


The coldness went away,

With one flash of your smile.

Its bubbling water seemed me to say,

"Will you hug your hubby for a while?"