Wither Poem by Daydreamer Arizen

Wither

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Frail and bloodied dim o' rose,
In the bare night, thy kin froze,
Waiting out there thee all knows,
Heartbeat, heartbeat silently slows,
The Winter's cool air begins to doze,
Murder, murder o' thy foes,
O' the stillness will enclose,
They all yielded - thy o' ice,
Avenging, avenging paying the price,
Slipping, turning o' thy twice,
Careless, careless of advice,
Beauty is all death and vice,
Again, again did it thrice,
Be the servants - enough, suffice,
Black rose, black rose queen o' mourn,
Curls of red, linger o' dawn,
Outcasted, outcasted others scorn,
Lasting ever since hope o' borne,
In the field o' thy time-worn,
Amongst petals thee a thorn,
Deathly, deathly this a warn,
With whispers curdling o' through night,
Sending nightmares, fear and plight,
Demons, demons abound in fright,
Reigning lord o' the light,
Sending darkness all alite,
Glimmering, glimmering ever bright,
War and betrayal and o' fight,
Conquers, conquers hiss o' voice,
Endless, hopeless lost o' choice,
Within the shadows all rejoice,
Fire, fire assualters attack,
Within the roars o' white and black,
The veins o' flame twine and crack,
Bow to daughter o' the moon,
Flourish, flourish arising soon,
Descending, withering all at noon.

Wither
Monday, September 19, 2022
Topic(s) of this poem: demons,evil,beauty of rose,death,life,darkness,hope
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