J.S. Moore


Fire Giver - Poem by J.S. Moore

Armies
Assemble
Amid Athens and abroad
Battlefields
Born
Blades drawn in the fog
Chasms
Closing
Clash of steel against steel
Devotion
Disorder
Decadent fields
Envision
Embers
Ever burning to fade
From
Fiery
Forge death’s instruments made
Gods
Glaring
Grave faces concerned
Haunted
Hard-eyed
Humanity burned
Impish
Ignorance
Igniting the earth
Juncture
Judgement
Joined with rebirth
Kindred
Knowledge
Keenness once divine
Lamenting
Labyrinth
Left deep in the mind
Measureless
Magnitude
Meant not for man
Now
Necessity
Nearly falls into plan
Outcast
Of
Olympus tortured each day
Powerful
Patron
Punished like prey
Seer
Severely
Stricken with pain
Tattered
Taunted
Taxing strength with strain
Thief
Titan
Tartarus awaits
Searchers
Smolder
Smother at the gates
Prepare
Prometheus’s
Punishment last
Observe
Oblivion's
Ode to the godless mass
Nothing
Nowhere
Never ending but complete
Material
Manifested
Marked by defeat
Liminal
Liege
Liaison of mind
Keen
Keeper
Kept silent with time
Justice
Jaded
Jeremiad pyre
Images
Illusions
Incinerated by fire
Harboring
Harbinger
Hallowed yet chained
Gift
Glowing
Glitter of flames
Forever
Foreboding
Fallow fields from firewall
Evoking
Evading
Elysium’s fall
Darkness
Defied
Demeter’s people dance
Chaos
Cerberus
Chimaera or chance
Behind
Behold
Beyond mankind’s fears
Achilles
Announced
Awakened by tears.


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