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    dots Submission Name: A Hunt Within The Darkestdots
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    Author: col13x
    Elite Ratio:    2.26 - 119/300/559
    Words: 159
    Class/Type: Poetry/Love
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    dotsA Hunt Within The Darkestdots
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    Soft and low the hunted growl
    Wanders intent upon the darkest
    A velvet lust

    Such are, as animals made of
    Toward the prowl of touch
    And hungers for a rapine cry issued from her throat

    A fierce tenderness overwhelms the blood
    And hunted through
    Devours into those quivering lips

    And thrust again the slow motion of sweat
    Rages and scavenges at every soft and supple curve
    Until their perfection is released

    Scowling and driven through the darkest
    Coverts its sanctity of release
    Purring in the capitulation of its prey; and takes

    No appeasement except in the cries of passion
    No flame quenched
    For the taut muscle of willingness

    The voodoo doll of such velvet lust
    On her hands and knees
    Lays open and burns the seething fingertips

    The night eyes of given, want
    The pyre on which to exalt
    A hunt within the darkest






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