Nathan Vigil Poems
|1.||Words From A Friend On Guard||6/2/2009|
|2.||The Gates Of Yami||6/2/2009|
|3.||Tears Of A Swordsman||6/3/2009|
|4.||Bona Lupa Et Anubis||6/3/2009|
|5.||Animus Felix Draco||6/3/2009|
|10.||My Dog Watches Me||6/3/2009|
|11.||Dragon Breath: Nathan Erik||6/4/2009|
|12.||Dragon Angel: Erik||6/4/2009|
|16.||God Rest His Soul||6/6/2009|
|17.||Nero Et Ioannes: Part I||6/7/2009|
|18.||Nero And John: Part 1 (Translation From Latin)||6/7/2009|
|23.||Ichiban Kurisumasu (First Christmas)||6/16/2009|
|24.||Niban Kurisumasu (Second Christmas)||6/16/2009|
|26.||Marching By Night||7/8/2009|
|27.||Friends And Love||1/7/2012|
|28.||Sanban Kurisumasu (Third Christmas)||6/16/2009|
|30.||Jackal And Dragon||7/2/2009|
In the shadows,
There is a Reper, whose name is Anubis;
He is seen as man headed black with
And, with his scythe keen
His father watch'th him move;
His mother sees him mow.
From the eyes of the son of Ra-
Tears start to flow;
From the hands of the son of Nephthys
An ankh bloody lay.
'Shall I have peace of mind? ' saith Anubis;
As his hands work at the mummies bodies lay,
He sings a tune of the tomb.
He stands in the shadows of most.
Anubis reapeth the lands of the ill;
Yet all he want'th is life to go on.
He is but the ...
Tears Of A Swordsman
Under the sun
The village swordsman stands;
Upon his arm are these words:
My karma keen as my blade.
Upon the blade of his sword are these words:
My kismet knighthood by doomsday.
In his eyes, one can see his fate;
He crys o'er his wife's grave;