Naveed Akram

Veteran Poet - 3,325 Points (15 December 1973 / London, England)

Lycanthropy


Lyrical poetry is fantastic
Lycanthropy may exert all
The song contains a magical act
Werewolves will be luxuriant
And may their offspring commit

Lyricists shall complain
Why do they sing as a howl?
The answer lies in the moon
A crescent moon
That emerges from the sky when dark

Metres of rain are detected
Followers of Satan shall convene
Connected to each other
The army of demonic virtue collides
With the threatening nature of lycanthropy

They spit and splash in the mayhem
Moons will pass as a howl
The spring is not the summer
And if you want to die
Please do show the werewolf some luxury

Lycanthropes are against us
As this war is the footman
We cancel our metatarsus
In those feet are symbols
Emblems are attached signifying growing hair

Then the body is wrong
We are werewolves
Surprised and distrusted
Feeling agony and talent
Our war is over under the Moon

Submitted: Friday, April 17, 2009
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