Daegal

Rookie (16.03.89 / Doncaster, England)

Daegal Poems

1. ...And Born Of Light 9/7/2006
2. A Dreamer Thick In Dreaming 7/26/2006
3. A Postcard To God 10/10/2006
4. A Requiem For Souls 12/3/2006
5. Adam & Eve 2/25/2007
6. Advent And Finale 7/21/2006
7. Alpha And Omega 5/29/2006
8. And The Oscar Goes To... 9/13/2007
9. Another God? 9/5/2006
10. Apep And The Thunder-Djinn 11/23/2006
11. Apo Pantos Kaikodamanus 12/15/2006
12. April Snow 4/26/2007
13. Argos And Aversion 10/17/2006
14. Axe 10/23/2006
15. Behemoth And Leviathan 5/17/2007
16. Borne 5/29/2006
17. Buccaneer's Vice 11/2/2006
18. By My Angel's Dying Tears 5/29/2006
19. Carnival Time 9/19/2006
20. Clandestine And Furtive Magick 7/26/2006
21. Dead Armour 8/12/2006
22. Envy, Tribunal And Discharge 7/21/2006
23. Eyes Of A Stranger 9/23/2006
24. Eyes Of The Nebula 7/27/2006
25. First Kiss 5/27/2007
26. Flee, My Seraph, Flee 7/4/2006
27. For Amber 8/12/2006
28. Forest 1/1/2007
29. Gethsemane 9/16/2006
30. Ghost Of A Rose -Or- As The Cherubim Lay Ravaged 6/1/2006
31. God-Awful 8/23/2007
32. Half The World 9/17/2006
33. Hello Me, Tell Me Why I Am 7/24/2006
34. I Am I (Acrostic) 7/26/2006
35. I, Moonchild 5/29/2006
36. If I Run, Should I Fall? 8/14/2006
37. Imperilled Orb 5/30/2006
38. Impetus 6/27/2007
39. Impure And Guilty Was I, And Punished So 7/5/2006
40. In Chimera Shall We Recollect: Imagea Fantastica - Canto No.6: Spiders! 8/15/2006
Best Poem of Daegal

Half The World

Half the world lives,
Half the world makes,
Half the world gives
While the other half takes.

Half the world hates,
Half the world runs away,
Half the world's late,
Half the world praises the day.

Half the world is,
Half the world was,
Half the world thinks,
Half the world does.

Half the world lies,
Half the world burns,
Half the world cries
While the other half turns.

Half the world cares,
Half the world weeps,
Half the world shares,
Half the world keeps.

Half the world sings,
Half the world ...

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Orpheus And Eurydice

Orpheus, won’t you turn around?
Spin your heels upon the ground,
Gaze upon me, I’ll not wilt,
And you ne’er will need faulty guilt,
O Son of Sun, who sang to Him,
Who Proserpine had wed in grim,
Dire kingdoms you have brav’d,
To ensure that I’ll be saved,
Orpheus, I see the light,

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