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The Goddess departs

The Goddess departs

On the fleeting nature of things

The goddess of love departs
Suddenly, at midnight, I know it.
The sign unmistakeable.
Exquisite agony, once forgotten,
now aroused again.

The night grows colder.
The dreams are all deceptive.
Her breasts, so full, so heavy with promise
And that soft haven between her thighs.

Do not deceive yourself.
Do not degrade yourself, or her,
With empty hopes that it may not be.

You have secretly long prepared
For this moment
So firmly drink it in.

The goddess of love departing,
Your longing unfulfilled again;
The heart's desires lost,
The time unredeemed.

Lust is transitory, so too love,
And as you touch yourself,
Where once she dwelt insatiable,
Mourn for what is lost.

Do not be deceived.
Another will come to take her place.
She, too, will pillow her head
On your soft, aching breasts.

But it is a fitful dream,
Which desire will outpace,
Until again, you find yourself
Doing this, again.

The hour pains, as the moment pleased,
And your final delectation—memories of her,
Will, like her, be lost.

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