The Final Come-Union - Poem by Nicole D'Settemi
It's as if you injected me with holy water
So, I'd drop right to my knees
I'm screaming; "my man, he's a God, the chosen one, "
Near tears in remorse, begging the others: "listen, listen, please! "
I'm baffled, like "don't you see me praying? " - On my knees five times a day!
My man; "we found the truth, as I worship on this carpet." I only live to pray.
At first, I was like: "Baptize me, Daddy, my King; do it all night long! "
Now, I only sadly scream; "I was so wrong, I know I was wrong."
It's my prayer, my mantra, my final hope, and it's my only song.
You tell me I am forgiven, you tell me it won't be long,
You baptize me for real, as if on repeat - that God Forsaken song!
I worship you hard, as I feel you in part of me, which makes me want to die
It feels so good, you throw your head back, as I continue, I even start to cry!
Because THIS is heaven lover, me and you, right here, as I appease.
I am in my absolute most glorious days, perched right on my knees.
Begging God, Begging my God, "please, my baby, please, "
Baptize me Daddy, as you push further, further in my mouth
I glow as I'm suckling so intensely, in this secret, gorgeous, holy, house!
You tell me I am forgiven, pushing more, as I am suckling even harder,
And, I feel you coming, I know what's coming next, my gorgeous man and martyr:
An explosion all over my head, in my mouth, as we go even farther
Finally, "child, forgiven, good girl! " she has been baptized, praise the howling choir.
"I did it, " I whisper as you proudly grin,
The divine mission has been completed.
It's me and you, babe,
The evil, they expire
They are all deleted.
They've passed their date, but this is our first
It doesn't get much better!
Nothing can break us, we are titanium, now and forever.
(c) copyright 2019Nicole D'SettemiThe Final Come-Union
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