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An Angel's CandleFlicker, flicker lambent flame,
Fear not the lamenter’s tears,
For within the heart you remain,
Kindled by a permanent thread.
How your warmth emanates,
Even in this world so cold.
Never could even an inferno imitate,
Your splendid incandescence.
Born from the chronicles of a now stilled heart,
You’re a burning, unfading memory,
Physically absent, but still not apart,
From your loved ones’ still beating hearts.
As amaranthine as the phoenix’s breath,
Let try the shadows of death to smother you out,
Or drench you into oblivion via the Waters of Lethe,
You’re beyond their carnal touch, dear little flame.
Fear not, hide not from,
The hourglass’s cascading sands,
Like the marching soldier boy’s drum,
Your empowering rhythm can never die.
Beating or not, your heart still reaches,
Through your undying incandescence,
Saying more than the greatest of speeches,
Simply by sharing your warmth.
Beloved flame, how brightly your memory does shine,
Purgatory Wonderland -Chapter One, Part One There had at one time existed a sun, just as there had once been sanity –the diminishing vestiges of which only exist purely in evanescent fairytales. The diurnal star took with it in its departure the concept of truth and reason, allowing reality to corrode away into the insanity lurking underneath in the cognitive depths of the mind. With no rhyme or reason, madness was able to bare its wicked fangs unchallenged. And so began the worldwide phenomenon that came to be called the mass Lunar Effect.
Narcissa leaned back in her three-legged chair to peer out the window so shaped as to suggest the devious grin of a Cheshire cat. In the hours that had once emanated the illumination of a diurnal star now but a legend a pale blue disk of light named Anesidora had usurped the throne, its halo-like ring dancing around it with maddened glee like a circling parade of bluish phantasms. Pensive, she watched the undulating motion of the ring as she ruminated. Never
Dreaming Damnations -Prologue “Even before the mass Lunar Effect first began, the world has always been mad.”
These were the first words Narcissa Kinghorn heard once the lethean darkness of death lifted, spoken by that same enigmatic young girl hidden away in her phantasmagoric world’s dense caliginosity. Abandoned by the flygja she paired up with upon being chosen as a sacrifice to participate in Purgatory Wonderland, she met her death by the jaws of Jack Limerick’s Jabberwocky –the oldest and most lethal flygja in the damned game. Her Cheshire Cat came back for her, but only after those dreadful teeth impaled her –both rows of them. Dying felt more like a dream than this strange realm she always had little memory of upon her awakening. Numbed, she forfeited any attempt to seek out the arcane speaker and listened instead to the steady ticking of countless unseen clocks, some near and others distant.
“The jealous moon made a pact
The GardenThe mortal seed of the immortal flower,
Brought forth from the Garden.
Tainted by the soil of the Jackal’s grounds,
Beguiled by the Basilisk’s tongue.
Petals reach heavenwards,
Connected to the celestial realm
By the pluvial ribbons cast down by clouds.
Their hearts’ roots umbraged by Behemoth’s darksome cradle;
Their hearts’ vivid colors spread wide
For the Phoenix’s watchful, burning eye.
By the blood their thorns ensnare,
Their sins are laid bare
–the hearts of humankind.
For no perfection may bloom
In the soil of the mundane world.
The Garden awaits beyond.
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