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Lecherous Lullaby



Harken thine pristine virgin ear to the foul beast’s call,
as he hollers your tragic song.
The wretched, tumultuous and festering creature,
He who haunts your delicate sleep,
He who seeks to slay thee, unto the bed,
unto your knees,
and within the dirt you plead and beg,
How precious you look, so desperate to be seen,
To be released,
Deny thy creator, thou wilt be lain in the filthiest of ways,
Your candied skin, belonging to another.

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for the tender mouse, or for the slobbering beast? for whomever the shoe fits.

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Written on April 24, 2020

Submitted by ProfessorDerg on August 10, 2021

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