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The Damned
by Michael Pendragon

Friday, April 06, 2012
Rated "G" by the Author.
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                                            Enchained thro each eternal hour

Infernal fires consume life's flow'r

No saving grace, no greater powre

          For we who are the Damned


From Youth to Age our course is run

In endless circles with the sun

No end to what was not begun

          No Peace for we the Damned


Our bodies bloom then fade to dust

Then bud anew -- as all things must --

No silent tomb in which to trust

          No sleep for we the Damned


Writ in the weaver's web I see

That human will was never free

What choice is there for such as we?

          No freedom for the Damned


Around and 'round the starwheels go

And haste the heavens to and fro

Their darkling purpose none can know

          Lost Souls are we the Damned


We fear not Yahweh's scornful brow

Nor o'er our Soul His Law allow

Doomed men have no recourse to bow

          Now proudly hail the Damned


Tho dark our days, our Spirits swell

To revel in our self-made Hell

Then pity not we Souls who fell

          For none shall quell the Damned!


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Reviewed by Ronald Hull 4/7/2012
This has a catchy line that leads to the realization that it must be about some B-movie where they always have people rising from the dead because they were cursed or damned or some other idea to cater to our basest fears.


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