Lillith

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    Lillith

    Alas! I cannot endure this pain 
    you cast upon me like a beast his burden.
    Weighed down by such a heavy load,
    I stumble upon your hurtful words.

     

    I fall ever further behind ,
    as you disappear into the distance.
    Only once did you deign to look back,
    and I was shocked by what I saw.

     

    Your eyes no longer sparkled with innocence.
    Your hair was lustrous no more.
    The spell you weaved upon me was fading,
    For you were no longer that sweet little girl.

     

    Now your eyes were like a black abyss.
    Serpents were your hair.
    Your lips bled with the blood of my wounds.
    Ears deaf to my frantic cries.

     

    I see you clearly now ,
    in all your vile glory.

     

    Lillith,
    The consumer of men,
    Devourer of souls.

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    Jozek commented on Lillith

    01-28-2010

    like it............love it............gotta have it........................................

    stellar commented on Lillith

    01-24-2010

    Awwww....i like the idea of Lillith, the consumer of man, devourer of souls..she is a flesh huntress...Oh totally love this/// ^_^ v

    SavVySam commented on Lillith

    01-18-2010

    Wow, powerful and dark write! I loved the descriptive images, they painted the scene in detail!

    Rygar commented on Lillith

    01-08-2010

    i think i've met this woman. and she ripped a part of me away forever....

    BadBadBear commented on Lillith

    01-08-2010

    The great mythology verse continues with this she wench Lillith! Stand aside you of gothic nature, your predecessor has returned to show you the way! Bear lusts for many more of your fine tales!

    Poetry is not an expression of the party line. It's that time of night, lying in bed, thinking what you really think, making the private world public, that's what the poet does.

    Allen Ginsberg (1926-1997) U.S. poet.

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