Nicholas Abaddon

(that one day in that one year / The Sacred Plain Of The Old Ones)

Rose Red's Quest (Might Be Adding More Soon)


In a small village lived Rose Red
The village was poor and all slept on a straw bed.

One day Rose red left to find the meaning of life.
she wanted to ask the Gods how to end the human strife.

She traveled across all of Asia
and through mighty Persia.

No one knew how help find that which she sought,
Abramelin would know they thought.

Roes red traveled to egypt to find the mage.
when she found Abramelin he confessed that she sought a sage.
She traveled back to Asia to find the great Lao Tzu,
He said only the Gods knew.

She traveled up the Great Olympus
At first the struggle seemed endless.
the gods welcomed her and when she had eaten
the gods said what she sought was North of hell, South of Heaven and East of Eden.

Submitted: Tuesday, January 31, 2012
Edited: Wednesday, February 01, 2012
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