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Harken, ears content, to mine siren song
As tender waves do lap about your soul.
Embrace temptation sweet; submit, belong
Submerged beneath my torrid seas; made whole.

Dutifully scurry about my feet
Seeking divine morsels to rend your heart,
Devour every beguiling treat
Abased beneath all I sternly impart.

Yet Petruchio is naught less his Kate;
Solar and lunar, unchanging, held fast.
Maiden Diana left to spinster state
Divorced of her devout, adoring caste.

So crawl, little kate, sacred toes to kiss;
Surrender yourself to submissive bliss.

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Posted 09 Jul 2012 14:22
Both direct and indirect at the same time - this is a very interesting poem. You do have a gift that gives on many levels. It is an artform.
Posted 09 Jul 2012 00:43
Thank you, overmykneenow. You are correct in observing "rent" should have been "rend".

The lower cased k of "kate" in line 13 is as it should be, as is the capitalised K of "Kate" in line 9 because they are different people ... and yes, this is D/s so that lower cased k has relevance.
Posted 08 Jul 2012 23:48
Rent Party were an ace band; oh sorry, i digress. You know i could never be nice enough or give all the appreciation you really deserve. Where is that i am not worthy icon?
Posted 08 Jul 2012 20:16

I assume you're trying to use both meanings of the word of the word "rent" in line six? It doesn't work here, "rent" as in "torn" is the past tense of "rend".

Is the lower-case form of Kate in the last line intentional? I've seen an annoying trend on here to play fast and loose with capitalisation of pronouns in D/S writing ("Him" instead of "him") - is this another example or just a typo?

Am I being overly picky? Probably but you only have 14 lines to get right. Tighten it up and you might have something.

Posted 08 Jul 2012 19:24
Marvelous work. I loved it!
Posted 08 Jul 2012 16:46
very shakespearean... in all ways...
Posted 08 Jul 2012 16:36
wow thank you love it ..special unique & very clever ..beautiful use of words ..lovely
Posted 08 Jul 2012 16:05
One day, Ian, if you are really nice to me, I will explain exactly how clever it all is so that you might show proper appreciation
Posted 08 Jul 2012 15:20
For fear of unleashing a termagent (sorry, playing the game now of looking up obscure words! well, obscure to me!) I had better say this was rather good, and clever too, i would submit!

Posted 08 Jul 2012 14:24
I like that name.... Great work CG as always
Posted 08 Jul 2012 14:19
What an incredible talent, your words amaze and titilate all. Excellent work.

Posted 08 Jul 2012 13:10
Wonderful. Your use of words is magnificent. Beautifully done.

Posted 08 Jul 2012 12:09
goodness woman...this leaves me breathless, such wonderful words that flow keeping the stream of gusto alive through out the piece. Bravo!!

Posted 08 Jul 2012 07:56
Another great poem...but what can you expect from a great poet.
Posted 08 Jul 2012 04:43
Wow, quite a sonnet. I like the Sakespearean overtones. Well Done.
Posted 08 Jul 2012 04:42

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