fantasy

Les feux follets

La nuit dans une dense forêt 

Résonnent les derniers mots de l'explorateur 

Envouté dans le noir par une brève paleur

Flottant doucement au delà du marais

 

Emu par un étrange cortège

De petites et folles lanternes

Qu'entre les arbres à peine on discerne

En suivant les feux follets c'est l'esprit qui s'allège

 

Dans les ténèbres, le chant des lumières

Dans le silence dansent les lueurs

Et dans les yeux meurent les clameurs

 

Au delà de la forêt, au dessus d'un marais

Flotte l'âme de l'explorateur

Suivant dans la brume d'étranges clartés.

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Aran

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Poetry

In the land of Ooth-Nargai

Is a snow-capped mountain.

Covered in gingko-trees

Not far from Celephais

The beautiful city.

Author's Notes/Comments: 

Mythos poem.

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Anubis the Forecast

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Poetry

The sand ascended,

A whirlwind closeby.

In the tomb,

Where the dead were lain to rest.


From this storm raised,

The aspect of Anubis.

The god that attends the dead,

To the hereafter...


With robust voice raised,

He let me know:

"Dead you go!"

My destiny written down.


A day hereafter,

In normal life;

I almost drowned in the lake,

Death had grabbed me tight.

Author's Notes/Comments: 

A Vision I had.

Alhazred's Statue

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Poetry

I traveled to Alhazred hence,

The statue and the bench.

There he is locked within,

For his very Sin.


Once I drew him out,

When I was madly roaming about.

But chained he was to me,

So he couldn't flee.


Alhazred saw me pluck the flowers,

And threw the roses over him so fragrant.

And he didn't liked it then,

But I tried to learn him a lesson:


Death comes by for all to see,

And even when you don't want, it shall be!

You cannot remain in this statue for eternity,

Alhazred let me set thee free!

I wish it! So Mote It Be!


I will visit thee...

Until thou art free!

Author's Notes/Comments: 

Mythos poem.

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Algol

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Poetry

Algol; red star of light

Shining upper bright.

Eclipsing binary star,

Beta Persei B

Beta Persei A

And being the third star:

Beta Persei C.

 

Algol meaning ghoul;

Translated as Demon.

Evil reputation

Of all stars in the skyline.

Author's Notes/Comments: 

Mythos poem.

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Aldebaran

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Poetry

Alpha Tauri:

Red or orange star.

Constellation Taurus,

Being really, really far.

 

Aldebaran:

The Demon-Star.

Author's Notes/Comments: 

Mythos poem.

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Akurion

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Poetry

In the lake near Sarnath,

Is a large gray rock.

At Sarnath's destruction,

It submerged by the lake.

 

Author's Notes/Comments: 

Mythos poem.

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Akashic Records

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Poetry

Nyarlathotep knocked on the door,

An Anubis-guard opened it evermore.

Motioned us to get inside,

To Nyarlathotep it was no surprise.


He motioned me to sit at the table,

With the crystal tabletops.

And he went to the book shelves,

To get me a huge volume.


He smashed it on the table;

It was blue and covered in thorns.

I opened the cover;

And saw organs inside.


The text I could not read;

And I did not understand.

But in the back of the book

I found a crystal key

And it fitted in the slot

Of the tabletop.


Now I could watch the book

As if a movie on screen.

Again I saw organs

And horses

And the galaxy...


When I closed the book

Nyarlathotep put it away

In a strange place

Under his cloak.

As if it was an organ.


And for the last time on screen

I viewed a heart in darkness


Was the book his heart?

Was this a Necronomicon?

Author's Notes/Comments: 

A Vision I had.

Aira - Part 2

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Poetry

City of marble and beryl

The curving river Nithra,

Where the poet Iranon

Had a father that once ruled as King!

 

Palaces with golden domes,

Gardens with flowing fountains;

In the midst of reflecting pools.

 

There stands a citadel,

View of the entire city.

And never so beautiful beholded,

As the view of the serene Sea.

 

Groves and fertile fields,

A brook called the Kra

Crosses the valley from the hills

In a series of waterfalls.

 

Forested with yath-trees,

Dreamed by the very poet

And they said it was only a dream...

Author's Notes/Comments: 

Mythos poem.

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