ogether united in Lilith·s rage, a tearful prayer, captivated within your fury,everlasting by the hour, enhanced, extracting minutes from days, birthingand breeding new words by second, we are the lungs that breathe the earthtogether. Children of dependence, woman of right, darkened with sinfulglare. The moonlight is my mother, and though must follow her, till the starstouch my finger tips, death shall be my fund, cracking foundational wonder with will, casting the vast into the unknown.Snaked with fire, and locked in my own obsession, forgive me mother, forgiveme so for I have lied, drenched am I soaked in the blood of my ignorance,kept are the secrets I burned, branded with my own loathing envy, forgiveme mother, for so I have tried to murder my alternate being, bewitched withsane thoughts born a flight into society. Save my body, steal my heart, I wantyour mind, I have your soul.Inside me, vanquish in delight of your sacrifice, your sources runningthroughout thy bodes, alive in the thirst for your touch, I exhale my love to themirror, I myself, are broken inside, it is not the mirror so, tainted me broken witha twitch, glassed my chipped bruising skin, unbeautiful corpse, but consumedin an limited elation. Perfumed are my bones, scenting me forward to your ankles, I gratefully sing my wants finite, yet with laughter I retreat to theshadow.Dancing alone with the ghosts, spirit me backwards to your times, and allowthe resent to pursuit, I no longer hold myself in stances such as these, mybody may be buried under the hells of today, but my soul is fleeting near, in aconstant dream of freedom, a heightened sense of knowing, to hear mybody singing, my lungs entrapped with dust, my brain enwrapped with pagesredeemed from my liberation to self.