Treasure Island

Majed Sayegh


Forsaken Land


Land of Flame and Shadow,
Where none live to tell,
Deserts of ash and sorrow,
Muffle each desperate yell,
Residence of Orphan and Widow,
Where Peace can never dwell,
Lifeless bodies ever so hollow,
Fall victim to an ancient spell,
Doomed forever to follow,
The four crowned princes of hell,
The blazing Inferno,
Of a Paradise lost,
An ever increasing crescendo,
Of voices with pitch, utmost,
Conducting a screaming concerto,
Caused by the Holocaust,
Occurring in a Chateau,
Where Lucifer is the host,
Doomed to a fate of sorrow,
Where hope can never dwell,
Your fate is to forever follow,
The four crowned princes of hell,
In the land of Flame and Shadow,
You'll never live to tell.

Submitted: Thursday, February 28, 2013
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