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Development Dads - Programmable Predestination - Adult

Updated on March 8, 2015

Programmable Predestination

A Tasty Poem

Ambrosia Apéritif

Nectars sweeten, the crave pours largess

covering even consummation beyond titan tastes

imperished extents of salty intervals

and blazoned bitters.

Boundless athanasia fruits passioned

by storied essences of ardor,

and all venereal suitors still of verity

seek only the corporeal of troth.

Yet as amatorial wantonness drenches

the substantive water

with the syrup of the serenading swain,

natural is nil, sensible is senseless,

sublime grace flirts only as coquet.

If so far the beloved pedestal rises as paramour,

know then the phenomenon

and actuality of the material,

for it melts when stirred and transcends not

the confectionery mellifluence

of our eternal desserts flambé.

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