Vision Ghost

Rookie - 5 Points (24/01/1979 / Epsom, East Surrey)

Spellbound And Awoken - Poem by Vision Ghost

Descending from clouds, of these blood red skies
Transfixing a look upon me, with bright white eyes
Enticing my soul to be beckoned, within her arms
Encapsulating me, pulling at me, bewitch by charms

This force of darkness that covet me, from the light
Screams victory, as my seduction to her, takes flight
Tapping the evil in me, replacing the soul to the spirit
Sourcing the black heart of me, gaining this to free it

Unleash me upon this place, a war ravaged by hell
Angel of darkness, in her arms, I hear the liberty bell
Ringing to my calling, but this evil is too tempting
Tasting what I yearned for so very long, wanting

A new found power in me, shatter the false illusions
Placed upon me by the weak, and the lying religions
Her embrace be that of the dynasty, chapter unspoken
For telling this of my prophecy, at last I am unfrozen

Bound by the darkness, and the void to which I fall
Into hells blood heart, of the flames and passions call
Uprising of a new order, beneath my legions wait
Awaiting my call for their forces, to swiftly undulate

Into the very fears of mankind, a beast in me is born
Immortal by this passion for flesh, vengeance is sworn
A queen by my side, of her turning of me to be hungry
Starvation for her soul, heart, breasts and writhing body

A trade that is succeeded, my soul for the spirit in her
For this new demise of me, much evil inside shall stir
To have her so perfect, so evil, that this is my downfall
A human hunger and desire, that exists within us all

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  • (8/7/2006 9:01:00 AM)

    Excellent. Dark and dangerous; I like this one. TOD (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Monday, August 7, 2006

Poem Edited: Monday, August 23, 2010

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