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by Paul Williams
Thursday, March 10, 2005
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Contains strong imagery
Incubus = nightmare...say no more.

(Nordette you don't want to meet one of me, lol)



Cast from heaven, amongst the

fallen am I

Wings clipped, unable to fly.

A demon cursed  

in lust and arrogance well versed


So ‘neath gibbous moon as substance

that can be called shadow.

I hunt the scent of innocence.

A loathsome lothario dancing on the wind

delivering desire to those yet to be sinned.


Calling on you in your sleep

expect not foreplay, nor kindness,

nor kissing or anything deep.

Just a hint of pleasure

and pain to make you weep.


From a dead skin mask

I’ll watch with hemlock eyes,

enduring the rapture of  alluring thighs

…for a little while at least…

until libidinous in the extreme

ready to join in toxic waltz

cometh the beast.


I’ll enter and take dominion over you

mouldering, mephitic breath hardens

thrusting deep in your mind

nightmares pumping as you

become one with my kind.


Palpitating breast heaves as

Hells inferno grips your soul

and your body looses control

throbbing with licentious greed

accepting the demon seed.


Withdrawn gasping for breath

I’ll leave you disturbed

Until you wake, as if from death

haunting memories will soon to fade

of the night of love with  a shade.

But do ye well, not to dismiss it

as nothing more than a bad dream

everything is not as it may seem


For after nine months your womb

junket filled,

will give…

and my hideous progeny

be spilled

your nightmare… fulfilled.



Paul Williams © 2005









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Reviewed by Kathleen Herrick
Poe art thou. Had dreams as scarey as this so I know how it goes.

>. <

Reviewed by Phyllis Jean Green
As terrifying as it is beautifully illustrated.
Gothic! Thanks for the journey into the shades
of night. Like coming out of a dark theater on
a bright spring day. Thank heaven you are out, but
you are glad you saw the show. Phyllis:).
Reviewed by Aberjhani
Gee, Edgar Allen Poe would have loved this. Scary but extremely good.
Reviewed by Andy Turner (Reader)
Night mares are good. You can ride at night with no one following..
Reviewed by Chanti Niven
Dear Paul,
You really do know how to send shivers down my spine. This is chilling to the core. You write so effectively. Simply brilliant!
Reviewed by Andre Bendavi ben-YEHU

Uniqueness and art abound through the lines of "Incubus".
A true enjoyable reading.

Andre Emmanuel Bendavi ben-YEHU
Reviewed by E T Waldron
Fantastic piece of writing, Paul. Now you must do one about the sucubus you really did this one to perfection! bravo!

Reviewed by Mr. Ed
I love dark writes, and this be a good one!
Reviewed by Judy Lloyd (Reader)
Okay Paul and perhaps I did meet one of these however when I told him that I had radiation and his woowoo would fall off from it he left and did not look back. Just in case this is a seductive poem written from one of this kind point of view but I have a real crystal cross with a real garnet in the middle and I just do my own version of Excorcism.
Reviewed by ~Indigo~ Elga
Dear Paul,

Well this really does play havoc with ones mind, "incubus" alright, certainly not the type I would relish, too realistic for my liking, after all you did mention that after nine months his progeny would spill. A nightmare this is not, your writing is superb, excellently penned Paul.

warm hugs my friend
Elga ^oo^
Reviewed by Nordette Adams
Magnificent write, Paul. Noooo. I wouldn't want to meet one. LOL
But then again, I've vanquished uglier muthas. Muwoohahahahahaa!
They kind of know who to mess with and who's packing. ;-)
Reviewed by Leysa Lowery
Wow, scary and sexy all at once!
Reviewed by Tinka Boukes
Oh Boy...this is one helluva write!!

They say run while the running is good!!

Byeeeeeeeeeeeee...goodluck Nordette...this one is BAD!!

Love from a distance Tinka
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