To have some goddess to enflame our flesh with raging fires of desire to in her flesh to expire extinguished in she the I that doth be she with marigolds golden glow along cunts lips folds flesh tips narcissus curved adoring we she she we see adorned by we adoring she she honey-flesh tinted hair fair weaved be like gossamer light adorning she that goddess with palpiant lips flesh of she twined in the flesh of we blest with the sacrosanct breath of she we in deliriums bliss

Title Cleopatra in Tarsus
By hymeny (handmaid to Cleopatra v11 Philopator (Κλεοπάτρα Φιλοπάτωρ)
From the Lupanar of Pompeii) Translated by Adelaide Acacia D’Airelle
Poem by c
Author Dean, Colin Leslie
Published Gamahucher Press, West Geelong, Vic, 2017
Pages 26
Subject Poetry
ISBN 9781876347805



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