Monday, October 10, 2016

Poem: 'Regal Death Angel' by Coralie Rowe

Regal Death Angel

Upon a twisted, magnificent throne
Her hair fire red, her skin white as bone
Reinging over her Lords, underworld home
Pondering her thoughts, as she sits alone

The ravens, her familiars, perch a high
Exploring long lost realms, in darkened sky
Returning sights to her, by their minds eye
Visions of death, and those, passing life by

A huge python, lies at her dainty feet
Her guardian from the dead, she will greet
Remaining aloof, he slithers to meet
Welcoming them, to hells eternal heat

This regal death angel, with blood red wings
Brings exquisite torture, of life, she sings

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