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Sometimes.Sometimes I feel Him slip away.
Sometimes I hold on too tight.
Sometimes my world feels out of control
and for a moment, when my face is pressed up against His skin
everything is alright.
Sometimes I need Him so badly.
Sometimes He comes and finds me,
though not very often
Sometimes I wonder
what life would have been if it had turned out different,
and it was just us.
Sometimes I feel like calling Him on the phone.
Sometimes I can’t believe I do this to myself,
the torments of emotions.
I would not have had it any other way.
The black Wolf
feasting on the doe
After an EncounterBurning thighs and hungry lips
Master's touch give me pleasure, give me pain
Your slut has opened her legs
Your pet begs with paws and tail
Your slave has her collar in hand, waiting patiently at the door
Oh Master Your little dear places her head in Your lap
i am Yours so treasure me well
no one but you carries this gift i give
my eyes grow tired, perhaps it is time for bed
the clock has struck one, my soreness gives me smiles
let us play again tomorrow Master
i'll try to stay good until then.
One of us has dawned on a ship headed westIn a land far across
there's a time when you were cross
my hope and dreams futle
to anything you could imagine
I wait on the day
when we could be friends again
but until then I dream
of a dark lord's ring,
and a duo that were true.
Dead Man's SwitchIn control, then not -
Sudden loss of grip.
Headlong to where?
Details lost, smudged, streaked.
Careening; no system of
No dead man's switch,
On a fast track -
With or without a god?
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