Vision Ghost

Rookie - 5 Points (24/01/1979 / Epsom, East Surrey)

Completion Of The Darkness - Poem by Vision Ghost

Submitting to the heat and the fire, turning in my veins
Twisting to acknowledge this heart, of so many flames
The glow in my eyes to reflect, the rage inside my soul
For she has touched passion, and the thing to be whole

Strength founded within, from the energy of her body
I will never leave her side, for as long as I live so freely
For as long as there are nights within her arms, I’m here
A beast within is awoken to this call, but I sense no fear

A darkness as my ally reacts in gesture, for this emotion
As her arms find my body, in pearl like drops of passion
Tasting of her skin, as something of this predator excites
Nails do trace carnation, as a blood letting tooth so bites

With a grip of her hair, arching her neck back in throes
For her I would gladly grant myself, to bleeding in sows
As streams of crimson, reach to embrace her so again
Heart hits harder in my chest; within her I feel no pain

Deep within her eyes, are oceans I will cross to love her
Within my embrace is a forest, to which she will wonder
Forever the air and soil, is my essence that will cry out
Her name until the eclipse of my life, concludes the bout

My love for her will continue, beyond the ending of time
And when all shall fall to nothingness, she shall be mine
As I am hers in this infinite acknowledgment, of heat
In her kiss I am in strength, to shatter all fears to defeat

Beneath these skies, of a lunar mirrored shroud of black
She exhales as does my spirit sings, in sensational attack
For all that was blind and invisible, I can now clearly see
I could close my eyes, and still feel her arms around me

The spirit of my wolf will call forever, for her embrace
Upon hills and across oceans, beneath her gothic grace
Alpha of myself for my barriers, are fallen and bowed
The princess of my darkness; I am beneath her shroud

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, March 4, 2007

Poem Edited: Thursday, January 27, 2011

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