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The Goddess Of Death I Doth Love

The Goddess Of Death I Doth Adore
by Charles E S Fairey


I played many a tune 
To my Goddess of Doom, 
Even when Rome burnt down 
Nothing could remove my comedic frown. 

I played many a lyre 
To the world of liars, 
Even when war cut men down 
Nothing could remove my comedic frown. 

I played a guitar on the World Stage 
As my eyes and the crowd caught ablaze, 
Even when Death could cut no more 
Her Kiss I shall evermore adore. 

I played many a tune 
To my Goddess of Doom, 
At the End when mankind cried 
To my Goddess I went and ride, 
Whilst God wept his anger leapt 
Whilst Man slept great Mary wept, 
For this World had lived and was no more 
Her Kiss I shall evermore adore, 
For I slept within her deadly embrace 
And nothing shall ever forget my comedic face. 

Mankind came and went 
Upon the wings of a dove sent, 
Yet I was left bleating no more 
The fiery sword is what I adore, 
And I never ever ever heard another knock at my Kingdom’s door 
For it is the Goddess of Death I love, Tooth, Nail and Claw.


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