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To his Coy Master: a Doctor Who poem

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  • To his Coy Master: a Doctor Who poem

    (with slight apologies to Andrew Marvell)

    I've danced with humans through the skies
    They loved me with their foreign eyes
    Though Rose was soft and near and warm
    I craved the dark electric storm
    She held my hand across the stars
    But never gave me fire like ours
    My nemesis, my newfound foe
    My other self, I can't let go
    You've walked in blood so very far
    But I can love you as you are
    We've lived so long, played cat and cat
    No game can matter after that
    Let me protect you through the night
    I cannot lose you now, so fight
    You stubborn bastard, change your face
    This is our first, not last, embrace
    Without you space is just a gap
    The world is dying in my lap
    But you refuse and here it comes
    The fading shudder of the drums

    -- Robofrakkinawesome BANNER BY FRANCY --