Treasure Island

Courtney Phillips

(6-16-95 / Wurzberg Germany)

3 nights of hell


As I do this candle spell

Bring thine enemy 3 nights of hell

Candle black, black as night

Bring him pains of flesh tonight!

lesions on his skin will grow

Afflict him with a painful blow

Sores and pain afflict him now

for 3 nights he'll wonder how

Dukes of darkness, Kings of hell

Smite thine enemy, bring him hell

when 3 nights of pain have past

Make him well, well at last.

When 3 nights of pain endured, I lift this curse rest assured,

Darkness leave him, go away, the curse is lifted now, today!

Submitted: Monday, August 04, 2008

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