Phoenix Black

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Freeing My Angel - Poem by Phoenix Black

Deep inside my dreams
I hear her tortured screams
Locked inside my cell
My own form of living hell

Guards unlock my cage
Suddenly I unleash my rage
With crimson in my eyes
I take their worthless lives

I sense my angel near
My anger overrides the fear
Shall free her with infernal powers
I sense she’s near the northern towers

As I move from room to room
Brave soldiers face impending doom
Can not stop until she’s free
None shall stand my violent fury

I approach the northern towers
I sense dark and awesome powers
Suddenly I feel a strange fear
But I can’t stop now my angels near

I smash the door with my force
Still not knowing this fears source
At last I find my angelic beauty
My kiss now frees her from dark cruelty

Again I sense the fearsome powers
Behind me a powerful demon towers
One powerful blow and my life is done
But this isn’t the end it’s just begun

My angel holds my body tight
In her sorrow cries tears of light
I rise again from love she’s shown
Feeling powers strange and unknown

By her power I’m protected
His evil magic is now deflected
On him I rain a shower of death
My newfound power steals his life’s breathe

Burning wreckage all around
The castle of hate burned to the ground
From this land we now flee
At last my precious angel is free

Comments about Freeing My Angel by Phoenix Black

  • (4/27/2006 9:18:00 PM)

    There are amazing lines among this poem, the whole poem is actually great!
    Perfect construction, great imagery!

    ~~Elya Thorn~~
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Poem Submitted: Saturday, April 15, 2006

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