Sin Eater

by marycathleenclark53
I summon thee, oh Sin Eater
Come to me this night.
Break your bread upon my marble breast,
Your wine from my belly white.

Do not let your eyes wander
To the shroud that covers my face.
Lest not curiousity guide your hand
To lift up the ivory lace.My soul has abandoned my body
Leaving a hunger that burns bright.
If you are foolish and lift the gossamer fabric
You will forever become mine tonight.

Emerald eyes will enchant and enthrall you,
Cranberry lips will bewitch and beguile.
Though my countenance promises everlasting heaven,
Damnation hides behind my salacious smile.

I summon thee, oh Sin Eater,
Purify my soul . . . ingest my wicked heart.
Then be gone from my unholy crypt
Before I steal your velleity to depart.

Photo: Morguefile

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