By: William Phenn
She is the goddess of the night,
With veils of thorns she shuns the light.
Who is this creature I must know,
Alluring lips they beckon so.
She whispers words I can’t explain,
She says she will remove the pain.
My loin’s burn with a raging fire,
This demons love I do desire.
With such inviting eyes of green,
She takes me where we can’t be seen.
Within her cave I smell the mire,
The incense burns, “I’m doomed for sure”.
She knows that Eve I did desire,
But tells me that of her I’ll tire.
She says that she was meant to be,
The only woman to love me.
She pulls me from the light I came,
And in the dark I say her name.
I still don’t know how it can be,
That Lilith lies in bed with me.
She drains me of my soul divine,
While giving me her nectar fine.
Thrashing wildly on the bed,
Her piercing scream just fills my head.
Then having given her my seed,
I know I satisfied her need.
But I am now eternal bound,
To never step on hallowed ground.
She forces me to not look back,
And makes me dwell in dampness black.
But I have eyes and I can see,
That Lilith is the one for me.