Margaret Alice

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Daskalos And The Demon - Poem by Margaret Alice

The Demon escaped from the
bottle in Daskalos’ private
sanctum, looking like a satyr
from myth – dark green with

red eyes - and horn-like
protrusions on his forehead
Daskalos and the Demon became
affectionate friends – and

Daskalos explained: Demons
are archangelic emanations
in the opposite side of
existence, creating the

realms of separateness -
it’s fine with me, I am
happy with the nice green
demon visiting Daskalos…

Colin Wilson “Beyond the Occult” p.308

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, October 7, 2007

Poem Edited: Thursday, April 14, 2011

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