Goddess Curse - Poem by Cyrus Diaz
Cupid, stupid goddess of love
Who sent you here to curse
this heart and tear?
Is it Venus, thy beloved mother?
Oh Venus, goddess of boldness and
Sexuality, in my pleasure you dwell.
Stupid cupid who sent you here
to break this heart in sorrow, in tears?
Is it Hades, the goddess of sorrow and darkness?
Oh pitiless Hades with love
You will not win in this,
Come, Angerona come, and heal this
Despair, come, and my torn heart please
Repair, oh that stupid cupid, that shoot
Me with his arrow dead, it’s fierce
That pitiless Hades who devoured this
Youthful heart piece by piece
they, they have caused this, they have
caused this anguish and miseries,
that cruel goddesses, oh father Zeus
may they will be chastised.
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