Forgive me Father, for I have sinned.
I'm afraid I've let the darkness in.
Just another bit from another song I'm writing. If there is a Hell,
this raging priest fetish I have is surely going to send me there.
Edit: Yes, I am aware that the inverted cross is not a symbol
directly linked to evil.
It is first and foremost the symbol of the martyrdom of Peter. It
is believed that Peter requested this form of crucifixion as he felt
he was unworthy to be crucified in the same manner that Jesus
Though I used it here with a deeper meaning than mocking Jesus's
crucifixion or portraying the Cross of St. Peter. The inverted cross
is a symbol of a Christian martyr. During the early Christian centuries,
the term 'martyr' acquired the extended meaning of a believer
who is called to witness for their religious belief, and on account
of this witness, endures suffering and/or death.
This priest is possessed by the embodiment of the very belief
system he refuses. He's going to be called to witness for his
own beliefs and will, indefinitely, endure suffering and death.
I'm using it here to mock the martyr.
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