The Tallow Cadaver by Richard Bell

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Black mass empty altar strewn with bone and blood and balter
Woods edge life snuffed ritually sylvan hate crime done in spalt
Between the dead leaf sentinels
a channel straight to hell
Beneath a hunters moon the blue sky aspirations felled
Black candle spent and hollow mixed up grume and
devilled tallow
The power in the ritual is spectral and all hallowed
Allied to the shadow prince upended on a cross
Shepherd in the valley of the sunset stained with loss
Insidious in crimson cloak misdeeds meticulous and foul
Inside the star the pure heart bound they feed upon its gowl
Fashioned from the evil wax
a figure cursed, enslaved
Vengeance is incarnate
hell’s magic so depraved
Fear the Tallow Cadaver
Fear the hate that it invokes
Fear the Tallow Cadaver
Fear the beast that once was woke
Exsanguinated lost soul left
in dirt by dark apostles
One of now so many when discovered murder fossils
Anonymous and treacherous
the coven called to swire
A promise for a willing soul
to reign inside the fire
Fear the Tallow Cadaver
Fear the irrevocable spite
Fear the Tallow Cadaver
Fear the contract drawn in skite
Cold light silent carnage hangs a charnel house rank stench
Prostrate at the hooves of he whose thirst is never quenched
In a cruel hypnotic trance behest
at his awful beck and call
The wax commands the corpse defiled and ready for the fall
Fear the Tallow Cadaver
Fear the dark intent
Fear the Tallow Cadaver
Fear what made it shent.

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Original written poetry by Richard Bell

Protected by The Freewill Writers Asylum Vaults since 2015

Protected by The Freewill Writers Asylum Vaults since 2015

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