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Succubus (Poem II)

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Succubus 
by L. Sid Taylor
First published in Mindspring.com
Language English
Subject(s) Succubi

For other uses of the word Succubus, see Succubus (disambiguation).


Succubus is a poem written by L. Sid Taylor.


Succubus

Succubus
by L. Sid Taylor


See me.
I am not where you think.
As I walk among you,
you hunger for me
and never know why.
Want me.
I am not forbidden to your caress.
Your eyes enfold me
as your hands not,
until,
with a smile, I pull you close.
Follow me.
I am not who you touch.
Call me Desire
and know I will fill for you
only your most secret needs.
Fear me.
I am not what you see.
Ecstasy meld your body to mine.
The taste of your skin,
the scent of your blood,
the texture of your flesh in my mouth
fulfills me;
sates me.


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