I am going to
Devour you
If you let me
Tasting every inch
With fingers and tongue
Until all is
Electric and tingling
And you beg
Me to fill you
Primal screams
Become music
Not stopping
Until complete
Until fully satiated
Until blissful exhaustion
And we collapse
Air and skin
Still buzzing
The world forgotten

De*vour" (?), v. t. [imp. & p. p. Devoured (?); p. pr. & vb. n. Devouring.] [F. d'evorer, fr. L. devorare; de + vorare to eat greedily, swallow up. See Voracious.]


To eat up with greediness; to consume ravenously; to feast upon like a wild beast or a glutton; to prey upon.

Some evil beast hath devoured him. Gen. xxxvii. 20.


To seize upon and destroy or appropriate greedily, selfishly, or wantonly; to consume; to swallow up; to use up; to waste; to annihilate.

Famine and pestilence shall devour him. Ezek. vii. 15.

I waste my life and do my days devour. Spenser.


To enjoy with avidity; to appropriate or take in eagerly by the senses.

Longing they look, and gaping at the sight, Devour her o'er with vast delight. Dryden.

Syn. -- To consume; waste; destroy; annihilate.


© Webster 1913.

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