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Sweet Surrender
by Trinette H Cooper
Tuesday, July 30, 2002

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To Brent...

Nearly Destroyed by Day's Wrath,
I am Easily Lulled, Lured
By Dusk's Narcotic—
Perfectly Willing
To Give Myself Up to the Dark.

I am gradually Consumed by It.
I am gradually Filled with It.
My Senses Dull.

Barely Discernible,
Sprawled Under the White Sheets that Cling—
To Protect or to Suffocate?
I can't Decide.
My Thoughts are No Longer Lucid.

I have Nothing Left to Lose
Except Myself—
Something I Willingy Relinquish:
My Last Gift.

Vulnerable,
I Submit Completely, Gratefully
To the Darkness.

In Exchange,
The Darkness Gives Me
What I Want Most:
Tranquil Sleep.
No One can hurt Me Now,
Nor can I Cause Pain.

I Relish My New Freedom—
A Limp, Anonymous Figure
Between the Sheets.


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Reviewed by William Manchee 7/30/2002
Yes, the night can be very healing.
Reviewed by jude forese 7/30/2002
nice vein of thoughts...
Reviewed by Sailor Neptune 7/30/2002
Cool....
GC
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