Tag Archives: Lilith

A Pale Death

Halloween Poem #17: A Pale Death by Michael Romani The end of days descends Like a fog from hell that ascends On us all a thick as it can be As we dance away our sanity Lilith asks for one … Continue reading

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A Bleakness of Breath

Continuing on my semi-gothic mood, Halloween Poem #8: A Bleakness of Breath by Michael Romani In a cemetery of bleakness Down from the Devil’s house In a coldness that speaks of this There is a tremble as quiet as a … Continue reading

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Daily Prompt – Belly

In Rumi’s pond, waded a pinkish flamingo Whose presence was as a belly dancer’s shadow The eye of Ra became its own perception of light As a sensuous beat flowed from the palace into the night Fatima dances while warding off … Continue reading

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