Samael Yugalin Emrys
Loner - Poem by Samael Yugalin Emrys
Thou tides thus came but none tilted his vessel,
it was the mutiny that murdered his moral premise.
How dreadful it is to be a drudge? , day-dreamer he was.
A good preacher to parasites he was who is pleading now.
Altogether awaken the spirit again with the agony,
here comes the mobs murmuring what they hear.
Care no more for this care free life, ain't your castle anymore.
Beat the blasphemy of who praises the god. He is Here.
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