Occupied Damnation

by LostWords & Alanis   Dec 9, 2012


Upon this fiery pit I lay, where my screams delight the master.
My ears wring from the weeping and gnashing of teeth.
As these flames take me within, my mistakes illuminate into idiocy.
I pray these beleaguers will consume my soul, so I suffer no longer.

I plead for a droplet of water in this unquenchable fire and I will be tormented day after night, forever and ever.

These gates swallowed me whole and defeated my purpose.
Heaved into everlasting punishment, misplaced in eternal disgrace.
With my breath caught in my throat I try to advance but the flames drag me back like blistering hands.

A dark symphony of aggression tears at my skin and I will be tormented day after night, forever and ever.

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  • 8 years ago

    by Formidable Muse

    I'm not a fan of darkness because it tends to depress me. But this poem is incredible!

    My ears wring from the weeping and gnashing of teeth.

    ^^I love the wordplay within this sentence! Wordplay's make me happy, people seem to overlook them, but this on is well played.

    I think the entire poem is very well penned from the both of you.

  • 8 years ago

    by Mohan

    Lovely choice of words and completely different poem