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Author Name: PremiumDr Fogg 6 Comments
Date Added: October 29, 2012 05:10:07 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Type: Rhyming
Category: Horror Add To Favorites | Text Only
 
We Two.

 

 

We Two


Within the womb, waiting ever waiting
Sucking sustenance from this whore
Who spawned us in such misery
Raped by our master, who knows no law.

She cries, in terror, all the time
She would hack us from her bloated sack
Yet our will is stronger, so much stronger
This pig shall endure, no going back.

She shall not bare fruit with ease
What pain we have in store when purged
We two brothers embraced in evil
Will kill this creature as we emerge.
 
Ab Uncunabulis
(From Infancy,the birth)

Born in terror and despair , we two
Emerging from the sows putrid womb
Ever joyful at her desperation
Leaving her unholy tomb.

Zion trembles at our coming
Exeunt the birthing mayhem
Brothers, we two, praise the Master
una salus victis nullam sperare salutem.
(The one safety for the vanquished is to abandon hope of safety)

Bene merenti.
(Success to those who deserve it)




 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Comments:
Comment By: FreeAlistair Muir on October 30, 2012 12:09:19 AM Report
Wow!  Dark as dark is -- a very powerful and addictive write -- I have read this several times and it just keeps getting more potent -- fantastic verse --



Alistair

Comment By: PremiumShawn on October 29, 2012 05:21:54 PM Report
Well.  You said your next one would be creepy and I think you may have surpassed that!
I'm kinda feeling sorry for the bloated whore-man she sure got screwed :)




I like the visual effects.




Shawn

Comment By: Freeken on October 29, 2012 03:56:46 PM Report
OK, time to remove the Stephen King poltergeist; your scaring me!



:)



peace or something....

ken


Comment By: FreeLeonard Wilson on October 29, 2012 03:54:33 PM Report

"Born in terror and despair , we two

Emerging from the sows putrid womb

Ever joyful at her desperation

Leaving her unholy tomb."

 

WOW!!...This is some powerful and dark stuff, buddy... Happy Halloweeeeeen!...Len

Comment By: FreeFirestone Feinberg on October 29, 2012 07:53:27 AM Report
This is another side of you, Bill.  Even I can't say anything funny about it.  It is too dark for me to be able to really see.  But it sure makes an impression. A strong impression.  --David
Comment By: FreeAdri on October 29, 2012 05:35:49 AM Report
Bit unsettling, but I think that is the whole idea...  Graphic and scary. 
Great job 

Adri 





 


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