Lame, tame and meek were all that those drudges
that you called Doms could dream up. “Make rules/
Break rules/ Get Spanked,” is what everybody does.
Psychoplasm miscreants need more. “Fools,
you still have teeth,” I jeered, once the acid
kicked in. You were trippin’ balls. All cunning
stunts need are hints at the bloody, viscid
ecstasy that I’ll take at correcting
your flaws. I place pliers, bone saw, hammer
in front of you. Yokes and ropes are common.
You could stand up. You could say no. Instead
you squirm, disturbed. This torture is hunger
for pain withheld, for doors few can open,
for trust that this is love, too; love and dread.