Sin of the Sea

Your ocean is my pain.
Waves like daggers
slicing away my body,
drowning my heart.
You take my wrists and tie anchors.
My tears salt the sea
as you consume my flesh
Teeth like a shark,
ripping me apart.
These waves cleansing my crimson blood,
eroding my mind
as you as well as the sea enter me.
As the sea foam, sticky yet sweet clogs my mouth
You pry open my salted lips and taste of my purity
You cut open my heart and fuck my innocence.
As I lay dying
the ocean washes over me.
Sand and shells cover me.
Seagulls laugh and spit
as my shark stares and grins.
Recollecting his sins

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