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A Sirenís Calling

Where I lay my burdens
Hoping for redemption
To taste the fruits of the afterlife
For the hunger life refuses to gratify
My nakedness as I lay open
Contoured in agony to be awaken
In the rush of time, my borrowed soul walks upright in its own reliance
Only to accept faith unseen
Pleading tongues behind my willingness to stand
Yet, as I wobble to remain
Cries of submissive fleshly sins
Longing to be bathed and clothed in the arms of the Virgin Mary
Anoint my heaven on earth with drops of sacred oil
Baptize my temple with sprinkled divinity words in truth
Place my wandering footsteps in life to seek an inner enlightenment
Dependent eyes who would come to see the fallen one, only to rise again
Eagar heads bowing in communion alliance of sinful worshiping
Hearts to love, wallowing in the essence of my skin
The elixir of its stirred undulated and prefilled
I tarry in my sobering thoughts, yet anguish unfilled, undefined, surrendered
Mindful to choose the righteous path, guiding my crossroads, my byways
Only to come upon no outlet
Detoured into the abyss of dusk
Only to be called upon the altar to seek thy light in grace
Written by SweetKittyCat5
Author's Note
Nothing is softer or more flexible than water, yet nothing can resist it.

Lao Tzu
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