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Bondage in love, Stella's poem corrected from the original Greeklish

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Bondage in love, Stella's poem corrected from the original Greeklish

When you took off your silken dress
I made you confess
all the dreams I dreamt about you
all the dreams that did not come true.
when you did quiver within my arms,
when I did whisper words to you so fond,
You could feel my breath upon your lips.
I became so lost with your seductive kiss.

Do slay me one more time.
let me hide,and let me die.
I will welcome my own death,
When you will have taken away my breath.

Your skin was all that I could smell
Your gaze has rendered me obsessed
the taste of your sweet lips have left me nothing but unrest,
The smell of your hair has left me in distress.
Your beating heart was music to my ears,
Your tears made my soul bleed.
You succumbed to the sins of lust and pain,
And I became a slave to your desires in chains.


Do slay me one more time.
let me hide,and let me die.
I will welcome my own death,
When you will have taken away my breath.

Your concealed cruelty did deceive me,
you grew to have no mercy,
with a simple glance you had me spellbind,
you atrociously murdered me with a single kiss.What a crime,
and despite all that,I still asked and begged for more.
Was I the huntress or your prey?
Your love's cruelty was released from a savage cave.

And now do slay me one more time.
Let me hide and let me die.
I will welcome my own death
when you will have taken away my breath.

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