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Lady Madness

Lady Madness how dost thou lie in mine bed? How darest I allow thee upon my honor tread? Fair Lady, Fair Madness, drop the dagger from the mind! Remember once we were the honorable kind? Oh how hath we slain the king? Lest some restless worm eateth at thy brain? My love, my dearest, I pushed thee though thou pushed me! To hell with Hecate and her faces three! I love the fair Lady! Rest upon my cheek. Perhaps you will return to sanity should you meet God in sleep. Mary Evangeline

Copyright © | Year Posted 2012




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