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How can I begin to tell you how you are sweet
As you lay, naive and helpless between the sheets
Little you know that you and I
Are one of many and one of a kind

As I slither or walk in the darkness of your room
The scent of your skin, like bread and brine
Whilst you are living, and I divine.

I clench your ankle firmly between my teeth
And Swoosh! we're off to this world of tomorrow
As i drag you screaming at my running feet
not a moment for regret, not a moment for sorrow

And up the narrow staircase and into that red little door
Where if outside your screams be heard, inside they are no more.

Can you guess who i am? If not your lovely libertine?
Immaculately perfect, trapped in this paradoxical time
And how i can take you from behind
Watch as your fat ripples from our fucking grind.

Feel how it feels prisoner to your fleshy confines
The thin line between what is dream and what is reality
Your clothes striped down, like your soul of morality
here it is ,and here only you find
The seed of evil wombed into mankind.

Now it is done. Voluptuous porcelain figure of a blonde
And now you know too , and so do i , and so did Fuseli,
if he too in that manner ;was, like us inclined.

Only then will you love me. When love, you cannot feel no more

Only then will you want,as wanting is all remaining..

Like the silver coins of old laying by the bedside of a whore.











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The following comments are for "Nightmare with Love"
by Shaza89

YIkes!
I missed this gem - to my dismay. This is vibrant and raw. Our urges and needs stripped to to the primal - owned and celebrated. You have a gift for poetic clarity. Thank you.

( Posted by: jonpenny [Member] On: August 2, 2009 )





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