Origin: from Latin corruptus ‘mar, bribe, destroy’, from cor- ‘altogether’ + rumpere ‘to break’.
Origin: from Old French, from Latin innocentia, from innocent- ‘not harming’ (based on nocere ‘injure’).
If there is something inside the innocence that wants to be corrupted,
It is the total lack of resistance towards the eyes of beholder.
If there is something inside the corruption that is attracted towards the innocent,
It is the promise of full control.
I surrender, I give myself up to you, fully, univocally, completely.
You cannot resist, I am irresistible, nothing can stop me, I diffuse into you fully, completely.[…]
Lost his innocence to corruption.
Lost her innocence to corruption.
Corruption lost into innocence.[…]
An innocent corruption is univocal and irresistible. It is complete, full, without intention, or maybe the real intention is somewhere else. I give up control and surrender, you cannot resist; I cannot resist, you give up control and surrender. Both of us and many more. Destruction without harm. Harm without desire. Destruction without desire. Desire, destruction, resistance, intention, control and surrender.