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Blacksoul Seraphim - Psalm of Insurrection

MorteMcAdaver on August 14, 2012 22:24

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    As fevers rise with the snowfall
    And wrath swells within us all
    Celestial wingspans banish the darkness of doubt.
    There is nothing left here to praise
    No hope to be found from the magistrates
    We set hearts ablaze to warm the hands of the devout.

    Processions carve through the finest armor
    An armistice dirge is sung
    A ragged man march through the city streets, in tattered shoes and blackened lungs.

    No more must they trade in contagion
    No more must children subsist on waste
    Disgorged are the coins that the fiends forced them to taste.

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    Gluttons are the demons’ thralls
    They host the vilest spirits’ spawn
    By empyrean flames, let them perish by the dawn.

    The power that once was held
    By monarchs, cowards, and thieves
    Cannot stand against the righteous might of the many that still believe.

    Your lies can never heal the wounded ones
    Daggers through the eyes – an accursed face
    No heroes can there be under gilded chains
    In the jagged crown’s embrace
    See the fires of insurrection ignite new joy
    This elysian doom
    The Heavens echo the funeral rites
    As we lay to rest our gloom.


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