Yidhra The Witch, Part 2

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Horror  |  House: Booksie Classic

Cthulhu Mythos poem.

In the library of Alexandria

Yidhra was writing and reading;

Copying the ancient scrolls,

Of Eibon, Mhu Thulan and voodoo dolls.

 

The Elders banished her to 'other realm,

Behind the mirror the demons did overwhelm.

But I took her out of the mirror,

Her life here is much dearer.

In the mirror-realm I placed myself,

The demons will remember oneself.

 

Protecting of my soul,

The darkness of a ghoul.

Yidhra lives my life now,

I live Hers, it is not allowed.

 

Eagerly I wait for the Old Ones,

'cause that is what Yidhra does.

As Upper Witch of Them,

She is the ultimate gem!


Submitted: May 22, 2020

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