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Sean Skinner (The Affection and Abandonment Excerpt, pt. 1)


Consume Me


When the tide is crashing
And the sun recedes
The shadow comes slashing
For the blood that feeds
The insatiable brute
That is whom I lust
And my red cruor will suit
Consume me, you must

The chaos brings to us
What the dark can mask
The killer invictus
It is what I ask
To your liking I yield
My life to the creed
And fervor that you wield
Consume me, I plead

Submitted: Monday, April 02, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, December 10, 2014

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