Nathan Killeen Poems
|3.||Lost To God||10/1/2006|
|12.||Contemplations Of A New-Made Lich||10/1/2006|
|15.||Angel In Darkness||10/1/2006|
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My eyes open, hellish blaze
Homes lit, inferno, town’s been razed
Monstrous swarm, full blown assault
Has shown us of our wall’s great fault
Through our mines now they have poured
Many townsfolk they have gored
With their spear and by the sword.
All men have died, save the wizard
Who, by summoning a great blizzard
Has put an end to bloody beast
And cut short their inhuman feast.
Travesty thus has now been done
Two races that had once been one
Have killed each other now both are none.
I lie here now, what do I feel?
Shards of iron and of steel.
Torturer’s whip is overbearing
The secret’s mine so I am bearing
Forsaken pain, my flesh is tearing.
And now the whip is oh so tired
The man who coin had surely hired