Beyond the Veil

Beyond the Veil

A Poem by Arthur Crow

Immortals covet the secrets of winter’s somber kiss

Talons and black roses entwine in nocturnal solitude,

Like a rendezvous of shadows and murdered pantheons

Upon tides of devoured flesh our memories grow heavy;

Forever betroth’d to nightscapes of windswept voices

O’ how the blood of ghosts lingers in the debris of time,

There among pyres of dreams burning in a lover’s ballet

For we are vampires lost in the timbre of ash and snow,

Haunted by the song of ravens in the cold dark squall



                 Arthur Crow © 2022

© 2022 Arthur Crow

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Added on January 5, 2022
Last Updated on January 6, 2022


Arthur Crow
Arthur Crow


Author/Radioactive Poet/Artist/Pagan/Hunter of Dreams I have always been passionate about poetry and short stories. Much of my writing is attributed to the gothic/fantasy genre. Among various artis.. more..

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