We saw the dark whisper to dark'beware of the dark'
we saw cream fuzzy shapes of pales reality
above the gulf of timid darkworld.
Wistfully they came through time, with shadows they trick our joy, what a shame they stole our hope.
what amase us were their fallen tricks, the real men behind illusionary dream show
while we roar with fear they glow, what a trap from outer earth.
Even if Eden still crawl back to us this dark myth will sell so strong. Eve is alive right after the purge she elope with them; the darklords of karma our damnful enemies.
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