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In patches on the moon of shadows, hosting shadows of maria, lava.
Black like a dark star of raven hair, gilded by beams of sensuality,
And eyes of obsidian coal like a sensual Stratovarius
With gossamer strings of teeth.

Tuned to the pale of sorrows in the laurels of my agnóstica
With the quiver of my pen beholds, ripples to my soul's philosophy.
Of the ink and the thorn bound by choiring angels, and burgundy rose
With lips like a guava tea supplement.
So sweet the nectar of fallen pollen, in condensation a pattern frost
On the hearth of my pulsing veins, with many a teardrop of burning desire.
Like snow on the winter's cough of evergreen and moss, 
In the cauldron of your abyss.

"Pater noster qui es in caelis...."
("Our father who art in heaven...")

With a veil of essence swirling about your mist of your ghostly,
As the tallow drips the lonely from a candle a distant calling.
Giving in to the sins unfolding with verses of melancholia,
as the winds of a tempest bellows. 

Whispering a requiem's breath on a down of lust, trilling love entwined.
In dreams of incense pillowing your body with a tongue unfurling
On your breasts, and metaphors for thirst dripping in my mind's
Incognito of time.

Of mystics in the hours of dawn, as our bones of the cold yawn
Across the moors of a foggy. 'Neath the  flesh of our boogie
Coating my tongue like a sensual Stratovarius. On a balustrade,
as the night unwinds.

With your fiddling fingers humming, and butterfly tingles on my chest.
Weaving an aria of dust. A moonlight suspended in an animation of white,
Of my poetic transformation. In patches on the moon of shadows, 
And eyes of obsidian coal, like a sensual Stratovarius.

"Et ne nos inducas in tentationem, sed libera nos a malo. "
("And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil.")


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