"Bune" (Demon #26)

"Bune" (Demon #26)

A Poem by Ars Goetia Poetry

Duke Bune. The Twenty-Sixth Demon from the 'Ars Goetia'.

                                   "Bune" (Demon #26)

I am 'Bune' one of the three demons, whom hold sway over the dead/
Moving bodies from grave to grave, as 'Murmur' takes the souls from rest
I am one of Hell's great dukes, with thirty legions of infernal army/
I marshall the dead from tombs, remove corpses and haunt cemetery
I appear as a dragon with three heads, or an angel with a demon on chain/
I am the twenty-sixth spirit of the Goetia, and the grand duke eternal change.
           Copyright 2012 The Elusive Mr Dunne (All rights reserved)

© 2014 Ars Goetia Poetry

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Not a very exciting demon is he?

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Unfortunately, not one of the most riveting :(

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Added on August 11, 2012
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