The revolution's in the way of my evening plans. A little spitfire bounced, your days are numbered. Ooh, leap out of the fire and into the lukewarm pan. There's nothing I don't believe in, so join in and dance. Don't forget, you're just an infant sitting and singing brambles. So let's go down the street and forget, the drug always enchants. One two three days long, do not run this one's only the preamble.
I didn't proofread this one wrote it while incredibly high, I hope it's good.
Melodies, on the cusp of disbelief. Whispered secrets to the dog with no leash. Dance together by candlelight my tale. Flicker and shimmer and love without fail. Until amber honey oozes within your fiery warmth now freed from its sin. A cider and spider sat by the hearth. Moments like these hold value beyond worth.
Your eyes upon mine, our words trace our ears, true wonder my dear, there’s nothing to fear. With me by your side, and your hands in mine, we’ll ride this train to the end of the line. A parade of sparks trailing in our wake, living day by day, ignoring the stakes. Resting arm in arm in a bed so warm. Together my dear, we’ll weather the storm.
Christ’s chains pay homage to his hollow hardship. Breathing brimstone and sulfur unto their laps. A gnarled knuckle ending in a curved claw strips skin from bone ‘til their souls seize, and they collapse.
Come the eve they howl their harebrained hearsay. Licked by forgotten bone and beasts’ bloodstained whips. As Joan stares down Judas, before her horns flay Him down to splintered, shadowy mangled wisps.
Muscles contort, mutilated in a mound their guts greasing the hall’s cracked nooks and crannies. When out from the back came the man who was crowned Lord of the Flies, and beneath his gaze life flees.
With barren fingernails he scraped the stone wall cold unblinking eyes searching for his next prey, until they rested on the disciple, Paul. A sad huddled mass that fervently prays.
He spat a cruel cackle and readied his blade, As Paul feebly raises his fists, burdened by chains and whispered, “In lord’s name may I please be saved.” Yet alas, in a mere moment he was slain .