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Strong winds, then squalls. Rain scooting over sea
while fog swallows me up, leaves me lagooned,
warped in wild-haired gray. The split-plank jetty
groans in the storm. I mean to be marooned
here, too. Waves, billow daughters, have promised
to have me one last time. They care nothing
for man-made gods, tedious laws. Their lust
is the sea’s — pure as fucking and drowning,
rough faith. You should be here. The sea has no
use for cum, not like you — streaks splashed hardcore
on your cheeks. What waves want is warmth, the spark
that moves love, moves my flesh like tide, lust’s flow.
I’ve been swallowed by you just once before —
now I’ll leave my heat mixed with rain-stained dark.