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Darkness Where Now Poe And Raven Reside, Part One
Darkness Where Now Poe And Raven Reside, (Part One) As the Raven cross into the dark pits Those in torment went into heaving fits Its shrieking calls, alarms even down there Far worse its image to dying souls scare With great trepidation some turned to Poe Begging, master far away make it go Poe only smiled, saying, come now my pet I have far, far sweeter work for you yet. As Raven lands on Poe's black-stone table Spits out two bloody and half eaten hands Asks, does this remind you of that fable Promising keys to kingdom's treasured lands Given to a man willing and able Freeing princess, her captor's sword withstand Where death's deeds and bloody might enables Morbid masterpieces of art so grand. From all around, their banter brought loud moans From wretched sinners in that dark hell cast Raven spoke in wicked, evil tones I toyed with her, to make my pleasure last Poe commanded, Raven, please no more of that We are here to enjoy the pleasant scenes And in our deep joy, grow lazy and fat Let us not her poor soul thus so demean. Raven again spoke, come now we need pain And louder wailing that soothes a black heart For what good is torture if has no gain Or tearful pleadings that come as it starts Master, order yon' demon band to play For I shall fly above and watch you dance Let us enjoy sadder cries on this day With evil's first bride, a little romance. Poe then rose to do as his pet wanted Poe laughed and said, Raven dear, please be nice Let not our blackened pride thus be flaunted When bit better decorum would suffice. With that he motioned demon band to play Its favorite and first great monstrous hit As waiting victims begged that they may Have some relief from their torturous fits. Robert J. Lindley, 4-30-2019 Dark Rhymes, ( As Raven And Poe Both Survive Below) Part One... Syllables Per Line: 0 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 0 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 0 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 0 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 0 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 10 Total # Syllables: 400 Total # Words:306
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