Leviathan

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Religion and Spirituality  |  House: Booksie Classic

Submitted: July 09, 2016

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Lift your arms and crack the sky,
A holy white light that is blinding,
Pillars of destruction,
The end of everything riding upon your fingertips.

Stamp stamp stamp your feet,
Shake the earth and all it's beasts,
Take what is theirs to win your own.

Take your name, Abaddon;
Release your flies from the maw of the void.


Your kiss -a blood pact,
My lips held open,
Force fed God's flesh,
To make me see you as you are.

Burning,
Burning and swiping with paws so large,
Yaoguai, I run from you.

But there is no escaping a creature as tall as a tree,
Faster than the clouds and as cunning as a man.

And though I do not fear you,
I am afraid,
And I run.


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