"Get out! You should not have come today." the merchant hissed.
The visitor smiled, but made no reply.
"You should not have come, you should not have come! -- Ah, I am destined to meet with madmen. Do you know how many guards are searching the streets for you? Over thirty! I saw three of them pass by not less than ten minutes ago. And how is it that they did not see you? How is it you passed them by unnoticed? Verd, you cannot always rely on your good luck and other's ill fortune to see you through. One day you will be caught and you will be hanged. And if they catch you here, then they will hang me also. Then what of my wife and what of my
"I love the taste of blood as it slinks and slides along the tender tongue. I drink the drams of the damned until I stretch drunk and full. I am hell ignited up from the embers into an incomparable inferno of passion and pain. I am prince of a people never destined to die. I am the infinite, raw with neglect. I am the sum of every sin that ever stalked under the sun.
I am dejection, decay - death and dismay. I am a whirlwind of nightmares, spun into being. I am every emblem embalmed into one. I am an endless facade of fabrics meshing the mind. I am vast empires of shadows that stifle the soul. I am lust left to wander, conquest and claim. I
Haha! Want to know a secret? It was me who asked him the Byron question! My first name's 'Dee', but for some reason the guy thought I was a 'Mr Dee'. It took him months to respond to my question, but it was well worth the wait!