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Loves Red Feast

Contributed by Sirath on Tuesday, 7th November 2017 @ 02:37:54 AM in AEST
Topic: AmericanTragedy

Once upon a time, in a village quite confined, dwelt a princess, her happiness hitherto untold. Her love consumed the time within those old world lives, when squalor and misery, was the norm of the time. Once passed twilight, when night still ruled the early day. Princess in repose, with love intertwined. In this redoubt, a cemetery for only the righteous, whose dread was replaced with pomp,and blissful winds that calmed all fright and intimidating might. Her love besieged, attacked by supernatural might. Abomination came, then went away from sight. His sickness lingered for days. When during exorcism, his fangs astrane, no time before a priests stake stang. Princess once proud, exuding love contrary to such dreary times. Her soul shattered! Two months pass, a hermit since her love burned to ash. Dream came, filled with visions promising an intimacy razed fast. North she went, trekking through cold mountain paths. Black castle she entered. Before her stood something aghast. Love returned! He took her in, devouring her hearts red honey liquid. Three days down under, when she then came up, skin grey, eyes cold. Before her he stood, promising life love perennial. Aghast she stood, praetor natural strength lifting him high, to be thrown into the great fires light. Love in bliss, denial on high, faux hopes fulfilled, ravished by evil. Ravished by evil once man. A monster she is, her loves final prize.

Copyright © Sirath ... [ 2017-11-07 02:37:54]
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