Slumber Disturbed

How do I cover the pain of my heart?

Pain brought by stealthy lover’s silky lips.

And foolishhunger ties you to the tart

you disentangle from soft limber hips.

The master mistress’s biddings done by bed.

Lush lust torments my minds unsteady thought.

Corrupt love fallen into rage tinged red.

Thus, tender, fragile bond, deception fraught.

Hence loves sweet slumber sordidly disturbed.

Divine compassion these dreams now faded.

How gentle angle rises, mirage absurd.

With sugared words is union so preserved.

Fairest let not the terrors be a fright,No vixen pleasures,

but one love incites.


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