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Author Name: FreeThe Dream Ghost 1 Comments
Date Added: March 06, 2010 11:03:41 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Through The Halls Of Anger & Wrath
Beyond the sown bodies of lust
Even further past the disgusting smells of gluttony
Far darker then the golden gears of Greed
Lies the river styx, which leads to the land of Anger
The place were those who felt only hate and rage are laid
I rode upon the beast of the water,  Phleygyas to gain access unto the land
Inside of the waters of the river styx, I saw the hateful lashing out upon each other
Gouging of the eyes and tearing of the limbs among the damned
Even in this place they still fight each other, even in death, they are full of rage
The wars of the earth have expanded further then one could imagine
Every war ridden soldier, hateful husband, despised politician
They are all here, among the damned in the river styx

Finally I and the spirit came across the land of Wrath & Sullenness
In the land itself are the most hateful of people
Tyrants, Emperors, Kings & False Leaders
They are all ridden here in this land
Forever damned to fight among each other for supremacy
A supremacy that means nothing in this inferno
They fight on and on
Constantly killing themselves time and again
They are forever damned to relive their time as tyrants and commanders


Beyond the land of the tyrants and false kings
Lies the city of Dis
A woeful place built upon the lies of kings
the walls of the city are guarded by angels fallen from grace
Surrounded by a marsh of woe and filled with the souls of hateful damned
The city itself screamed upon my being there
As if it was disgusted to see such a being among it's halls
These fallen beings surrounded me and the spirit
We pleaded with them to allow us passage through the city
But passage we were denied
They began to attack us as we tried to flee
Furies of vengeful tyrants began to launch their damned soldiers upon us
We befell upon Medusa herself, I dare not gazed upon the demon
Lest I be turned like that of stone
The more we ran the further we did not go
It was as if we were trapped upon a forever shifting plain
Just when we thought all hope lost
An angel from the heavens on high, came down upon us
Forsaking the beasts that had this time tried to lead us to our demise
He cast open the gates of Dis with a touch of a wand
Leading us out from the wretched walls of this dreadful place
The angel thus departed from our sight
And upon our gaze further,
Heresy, We Did See.

Author's Notes:
Further we have traveled, now upon the halls of anger, and through the city of Dis, Upon us comes the land of Heresy.
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Comments:
Comment By: FreeLady Dragonwyck on March 6, 2010 11:14:00 AM Report
You are doing such an incredible write of The Inferno.  I am so impressed.

 

Lady D





 


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