The amatory ambit which I occupy indicates, to the ears of my heart, that
I am the succulentstrumpet sometimes called succubus; and it is I to whom you succum/b. My scribbl/es are ascribed to Scribes, all of whom scrieve, for example, scriveners, a penman, and amanuensis.
Just scratching lead to papyrus.
Ambit: (n) that which bounds; a boundary; also the sphere or scope; circumference.
Amatory: designed to excite love, sexual love specifically .
Succulent: the quality of being juicy and fleshy.!
Strumpet: a prostitute.
Succum: as under a burden, yield; to die.
Succumb: to sink down.
Scrieve: to glide swiftly along; Also, to reel off, as a story.
Succubus: a class of demon who has intercourse with humans while they sleep
Scribbl/es: to write or draw hastily or carelessly; to fill or cover something with careless or worthless writings or drawledenvelope; a piece of writing or a drawing that is done quickly or carelessly
•amanuensis: (n) one employed to write from dictation or to copy manuscript like a calligrapher, copyist, or scribe.
In Latin, the phraseservus a manutranslates loosely as “slave with secretarial duties.” (The nounmanu, meaning “hand,” gave us words such asmanuscript, originally meaning a document written or typed by hand.
In the 17th century the second part of this phrase was borrowed into English to createamanuensis, a word for a person who is employed (willingly) to do the important but sometimes menial work of transcribing the words of another.