Crazy Eight


Lady


Massaging it, kissing it, praising you
Entailing neural cross talk between the two
Adjacent to my desired destination
Feelings of the unknown fascination

Take you, invade you, make you my doll
Rape you, elude you, take all control

Massaging it, kissing it, praising you
Entailing neural cross talk between the two
Adjacent to my desired destination
Feelings of the unknown fascination

Take you, invade you, make you my doll
Rape you, elude you, take all control
Take me; lead me, to the bottom of your sole
Sedate me, mislead me, disfigure my whole

Ah – laugh ‘till you choke
Moan ‘till you croak
Manic perversion
You used coercion

Rape me
I rape you

Ah! Take you, invade you, make you my doll
Rape you, elude you, take all control
Take me; lead me, to the bottom of your sole
Sedate me, mislead me, disfigure my whole

Ah – Depression, obsession, lack of control
Compulsion, mutilation, I entail it all

Rape me
I rape you

Submitted: Monday, April 03, 2006

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  • Rookie Angel Teukie Teukie (7/2/2012 4:44:00 PM)

    Wow!
    I could actually see the rapist saying this. It is written in a song like way that makes it feel fast, like the rapist is trying to do the rape quick and yet at the same time, take his time with pleasure.
    Lovely. (Report) Reply

  • Rookie Sarah Newman (4/5/2008 5:54:00 PM)

    I like the use of form here...it works well, and a poem about rape, something so closely related to control, it's a good choice to use form. Although it's pretty disturbing, it's also really beautiful. (Report) Reply

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