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Stinging Bliss

Cemented chains and scented candles
Pleasurable pains move malleable handles
Attain absolution, cede your body and soul
Surrender in completion, I'll make you whole
Acquire fortitude in humiliation
Transpire control, acquire elevation
Confiscation, I'll take your all
Sense of being will crumble and fall
I'll take you to the edge of feeling naught
Strip away your each and every thought
Potent, brutal subjugation
Affliction mixed with exhilaration
Enslavement will teach you the elusive art
Of becoming a master of your mind and heart
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