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O'er the Morning Sky
by T. Crawford-Crawford

Tuesday, August 24, 2010
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O’er the Morning Sky

 

I am exactly what the gods created me to be unrepentant

So bless me father for I have not sinned

There is no sin in twilight

There is no sin in mid-night

There is no sin in nightingale’s song

Nightshade’s lust inspires me

Belladonna bemuses me

I write with inkless quill

O’er the morning sky

Mystic and alchemical text

Script hidden from prying eyes

Obscured from wretched souls by morning mist and dawn’s dew

Sisters of the nightingale’s song shall know of it

See it

Read it

Translate and understand it

They speak the language of punctuation by stare and planet and moonbeam

They shall know

They shall see

They shall read

They shall translate and understand the message and magic of moon glow

Into twilight

Unto mid-night

Amidst nightingale’s song

Belladonna and Nightshade will bemuse me and inspire me

As I write with inkless quill o’er the morning sky

 

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