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1079: Necropolis

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1079: Necropolis

There was a raid in one of the towns. "Show us the pendant of supremacy!" Stitch their mouths shut. Here's a spinneret soaked in contagious sap. Assist with the injurious curse. Don't take down their ships. We shall navigate to the lost shore And make them know how our river feeds Dispose of those fools in blue caskets. Eyes boiled in an aromatic mixture Of lavender and nightshade as a rancid potion Summons a spiral pull to Necropolis' main alley "Come forth, black wine!" A voice commanded from the blaze-eaten junction Fluids then ooze out of the scorched earth And turns the victims into turpentine weed See how certain forces respond to a necromancer That has spawned before Genesis He's chosen to subdue me with the existence of day So concentrate or cease to exist Elixir extracted from their bones One drop into their stitched mouths Is enough to mutate them into defective mourns Against a certain God who retaliates with flame Lazarus was seen rotting in his vase. He uses His enemy's prison for rejected souls. The magma distorts their screams As dark prayers are offered from the oppressed Arms chopped and thrown into the void. Worship nothingness as a slice of His daily mixture. Cultured flesh and black wine for eternal silence Keeps Necropolis intact in each injurious curse. #1079: NECROPOLIS ©Jake Ponce [June 25, 2009, 7:31pm]

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