Sleep, that Nameless nemesis,
does it make Mine care unsenseful;
Perhaps , the lowering lids and pregnant smiles,
Those harbingers of dreams adrift,
the sea of My thoughts awash in things un-named
      Take Me where she went,
Take Me where I await her,
Take me to Mine Own
        Entwined and together, alone and Yet Joined,
Separate, the hearts beat,
cadenced spurts as I sup at her flesh,  
Throbbed pulses as she devours Mine          
Glom My lips to her essence I shall,
and then slake all the Hungers I have ever had,
and she whispers More More More ,
Till you can surfeit no more        

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