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Little Dark Truths
by Little Miss Aki
Monday, July 24, 2006
Rated "PG13" by the Author.
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A view into the hellish pits of the finale.

Visions of evil invade my mind
entrapping my soul in dark veil
eternally standing in the silence blind
deaf to demon and syren's wail.

Concreted and latched to final threshold
the blind muse my only company now
the abyss of the Last Day all I behold
the hole Lucifer left when he fell from his vow.

I can see the glow of the fires beyond
enraptured and coiling, caressing the night
in the gaping mouth of destinies yawn
the final ashes, smell of brimstone, of a lost fight.

The visions I see behind shut lids
are those of all mortal sin
none of them are welcome, none of them are bid
but in my head they create such a din.

I lean out to take a better look at hell
scrapes along the pit are from feathers
but from the dark comes the ultimate knell
and demons arise with weapons and leathers.

I am but a mortal born
no fear do I have for such creatures
even though their bodies and faces torn
and black tar and sap covers their features.

They're hooting and whistling commands
and as swiftly as they have arrived
they grab me with their deformed clawed hands
and we jump into destinies insides.

My tale endeth for the secrets of the below
I fear Fate will not allow to be told
but this much let me tell and avow
in Death all the mysteries do, truly, unfold.

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