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Bermewjunius Triangulitus

malaise of venturers foreign-born
wretched daemon of spirits scorn
thy unseen tempest of the forlorn

towards nescient castaways of old
birds of passage the truth be told
oft befooled by hearts waxed cold

of runaway dreams of riches gloss 
thy thoughts bereft in paradise lost
assuredly without counting the cost

in anxious vessels of torpid disease
thine weary souls sail if you please
across darken mysterious wide seas

thro incessant piercing torrential rain
‘gainst fiendish whirlpools ever vain 
cast about by maleficent hurricanes
 
thy never-ending tempestuous waves
 leading weary souls to watery graves
destined afore by thee ancient of days

ye earthy stain of thy dark birthplace
at the world’s edge of time and space 
whither the fates ruthlessly give chase 

thy mortal flesh begotten of eons past 
shalt ever perish till death’s end is cast
for the last will be first and the first last 

© Eugene Harvey

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