Said Lucifer In Twilight by Glorior Belli
On a starred night Lucifer uprose.
Tired of his domain accused the fiend.
Above the rolling sphere in a cloud part screened, where believers embrace their wildest realm.
Poor prey to his hot fit of pride were those & now upon his western wing he leaned.
Now his huge bulk careened.
Now the planet whispered: "Drink what you may, sleep if you will, inhale the poison, swallow your pills.
The god of the empty, the seed of your pain.
The toxin I spread lies still in your brains".
He reached a higher plane & to the stars he sang.
Soaring through wider zones that pricked his scars, with memory of the old revolt from Awe.
For the dawn of Knowledge has a Southern Sign.
Lucifer once again disposes his arm around the ancient track marched.
Path of the unalterable law of light.
On a blood red moon Lucifer proposed.
Devoted to his dominion claimed the fiend.
Below the rolling sphere in a cloud part screened, where sinners embrace their reverie.
Poor prey to his hot fit of pride were those & now upon his western wing he leaned, now his huge bulk careened...
Until the Sunset of their resistance fall behind the spikes which adorn their heads, the toxin I spread lies still in your brains...
Said Lucifer In Twilight.