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Dec 2017
He said Your name

as He reached for me, reached for the child
who He says unbuckled His pride and knelt
with sin and sweat (or is that blood?) on her back.
His reverence pleasured itself against the length of her throat
she left her mouth agape,
gagged to submission
but he wouldn't know the better.

and as He sunk deeper, wounded me, and sunk deeper still,
soul scorched under his Divinity and Damnation,

He said Your name.

in that moment, oh God oh God oh God
did You forgive Him?
trigger warning: ****, csa, religion
i wrote this a long time ago, but no matter what i do, it doesn't feel like i can say enough.
Written by
zora  19/the city of angels
(19/the city of angels)   
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