Falling in the Abyss

Falling in the Abyss, a poem by Robert A. Sieczkiewicz

She leaned in softly
Toward my defenseless ear
Causing a firestorm
Turning me hot cherry red
Gasping, unable to breathe

There’d be no reprieve
Grabbing with her incisors
Causing bawdy pain
Her advances not to shield
For she has felt how I feel

There’s numbness of mind
As she freely convorted
But it was I too
Who willingly consorted
To a feat beyond belief

My heart pumping blood
Attempting to quench desire
Out of our control
As we reach the raging cliff
Now falling in the abyss

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