Here's the sentence. "Then I bled into the street and keeled, the ravishing moon outlining my blood and my beautiful corpse." The word "ravishing" is completely necessary, as it means both "beautiful" and "to rape" (this section of the novel is somewhat an allegory of a horrific past experience of the protagonist). But I don't like how it goes, "ravishING moon outlinING"; it sounds choppy and gross, in my opinion. My question is, would I be able to "create" a new form of the word by changing it to "ravishful", for example? Any ideas? Am I overthinking it and I should just leave the sentence as-is? Thanks so much.