Paladin's Gallows - Poem by Heaven's Authority
The snow places a white hat and snowy belly pierced with light;
your taste of the devil's paladins;
that by starlight! framed by a small branch!
In the wine of daylight who dreams with.
- with a cloak of ignorance, down the long black river.
In a slumbering alder the paladins are dancing.
- amid the hair where the stars are sleeping.
The black gallows moans, on the calm black water
embroidered with black moss with soft little shivers
tremble at the tones like black;
The rivers let me sail, for shadow-flowers with their,
devouring the green azures where entranced in pallid flotsam
trembled to feel, down into abysses
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