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bellies burning
insides churning
weeping crawling

falling

falling

rumble tumble
stumble fumble
snip rip and roaring

falling

falling

bubbling boiling
deafening thunder
downward and under

forever

falling

into the festering
belly of the
beast
where hopelessness
eats and gnaws
upon your
bones

while the devil
dances the jig


(Vampire Psalm 39 from “The Book of Cain”)





------
nature weeps, the devil sings
at man’s greed and pride
and what it brings

just lots of useless
little things…

"He was the brightest of all the stars
of heaven, and even ripped and torn
in half, he still shone with a fire of a
billion suns. With a mighty roar
and a Big Bang, he imploded and
exploded out of the nothingness; and
the flow of Time began.”


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The following comments are for "The Dancing Dead"
by TheRedCockroach

the jig dancer
This sounds like a bar in Boston's red light district..

Cheers

( Posted by: Bobby7L [Member] On: February 6, 2011 )

cool!
words escape me but, 'gnashing' comes to mind.

Great form. In full-gambol!

( Posted by: pablowilliams [Member] On: February 6, 2011 )

the voice of the dead
Thank you all for reading -these are gnashing and bashing human beasties-drunk with the taste of blood and yet hating their fate and Mistress (the devil)
lucie

most of the stuff I write (poetry, prose, essays) all revolves around or is related to my creation myth "The Tangled Tapestry" The main voice of that piece is Lucifer Morningstar and in human form and also the main voice of the Appendix's is Santo Nicola-So I write in the voice of Santo Nicola for most of my dark or shaded pieces.


Greetings

Santo Nicola ;)

( Posted by: TheRedCockRoach [Member] On: February 7, 2011 )

re: Dancing Dead
This is very chilling....I do so wish I could get past that white ooze dripping from between my fingers in my squishing of that red cock roach as the ooze thickly drips to the floor...

Any chance of your telling how you came about that name? ...It just takes me moments to overlook and try to read the content...

No offense meant....just wondering....

( Posted by: JETFIREk [Member] On: February 7, 2011 )

cockroach
jetfirek

There are many reasons I chose that name but one of the reasons you just gave-the name creeps you out- you feel like squishing it - The cockroach is a maligned bug,it's been here for millions of years unchanged, hungry and undefeated.

When I was here last I had a avatar that was quite dark- it creeped some people out- The name achieves the same goal.

Also the Red Cockroach was in a poem of mine that much of my end-cycle writings derive from-you can find the poem in my bio-

We're all a bunch of cockroaches, eating, killing and defecating- That is just a few of the reasons
why I chose the name-

( Posted by: TheRedCockRoach [Member] On: February 7, 2011 )

Protein Supreme
Alright then, thank you for the info, appreciate it and I will look for the bio poem..best..Judy

( Posted by: JetfireK [Member] On: February 7, 2011 )

the dead
yeow! dark mutterings and disjointed lucidity. very cool!

( Posted by: jonpenny [Member] On: February 8, 2011 )

nothing much to say
except... I like this very much.

( Posted by: pablowilliams [Member] On: February 8, 2011 )





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