Ms Despair - Poem by Michael Lafferty
Moans of Despair rescue me my fair
angel of death with your firey breathe
your wings so black they tear
my heart into won't you let me
come and rescue you too?
Devils in the sky always lie
Angels underground have no bound
Why does god wish to pin us down
into this hell he calls a world?
Save me from the light and let us
Take flight into the night and we
will forever be enslaved in hell
Until satan rings his bell and calls
forth upon thee this my only glee
won't you come and rescue me?
Won't you come and set me free?
Torture is everything that it can be
won't you come and kill me?
Send me to the place you call home
the place i shall forever roam
where my soul will always burn
And for you my heart will forever yearn..
And now lets dance among the rings of fire
Casted down upon us liars while our flesh
Burns within the fire.
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