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The Carnivore (new)

Now there's nothing left to consider
A vociferous bellow was smothered
By the ferocious tides of the endless ocean
The emperor and his broken mansion
Who escapes in the rainforest
To give his sorrows and worries a rest
From the concealed flaws in my plans
Couldn't sate the world's demands
From where I want to abscond
To allay before the dawn
In the field of carnivores
Of stirring assets to behold
That still betrays their goal
Makes me wary of this growing affection
But my heart and mind are in dissention
And I cannot brace against the tempest
Of loneliness to chuck away my rest
Is worse than to be hurled by the wind
And learn to enjoy such perverted stints
When there is a mountain to climb
To toil reach and rejoice
Then shuffle till a rugged track arrives
To stumble and rise for a significant life
Till it's cold and you are bare
And there is heat in their stare
That could be utilized
If I amorously arrive
In their domain at night
To play as per their wiles
And pick the best one for a wine
Under the exotic cabaret delight
You reveal the assets to please my eyes
For the elation that complies
And renders a chance
In a sensuous dance
For your wicked goal
To devour a lone soul
In the sizzling night
Where I am sure to lose the fight
As the amatory pleasures ignite
The blaze to alter my mind
Which you firmly believe
What I can simply impede
Till you inadequately fall down
As I amorously raise you from the ground
To play with you more
To tame a useful carnivore
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