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Raven Pilipczuk Poems
Weep, my angel
Weep, my angel, weep heavenly tears Cry for the devil that you feared, Cry for the life that you've taken away, Spread, my angel, spread out your wings,
Suicide, suicide and death. I feel your presence near. That coat of dark, embracing me. As the clock stops, as time slows down,
That is you, devil of mine
That hellish fire, burning inside you, Those dark, black wings, That cold empty smile, Those horns on your head and the claws on your hands,
No such thing as eternity (1st version)
There's no such place as heaven, There's no such place as hell. There's no such thing as eternity, There's no such thing as the end of life, of suffering and pain.
In You, There Is...
In the coldness of your eyes, I see a warm fire. Flickering, twitching.
Death, Death, You're everywhere,
When I lay there in the ground, Cold, making no sound, Flowers will grow From my rotting corpse
Grim Reaper (= me)
Somewhere far away, when you're dying, you'll hear a voice, you'll see me close,
Letter To The Everlasting
You live outside of time, You cry as your loved ones die, you marvel at how they've changed over the years, whilst you forever stay the same.
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(4 April 1928 - 28 May 2014)
(March 26, 1874 – January 29, 1963)
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Weep, my angel
Weep, my angel, weep heavenly tears
Cry for the devil that you feared,
Cry for the life that you've taken away,
Spread, my angel, spread out your wings,
Embrace, my angel, the devil that you feared,
Weep, my angel, for the life it has lost,
Pray, my angel, pray for it's wings,
And cry, my angel, cry those heavenly tears,
Onto his horns and onto his heart,
And watch him arise,
Thanks to those tears, your heavenly tears.
Rejoice, my angel, for the life you have saved,
Rejoice, my angel, and embrace,
The devil you once feared,