Sunday, February 26, 2012

Gypsy Talisman Bark at the Moon

(a story fragment...Gypsy Talisman)

blood satiated, dripping, he climbs high above the river that separates their territory

the wolf lifts its head howling in the night, beckoning its mate

below the rain pummeled creek swollen, the rocks cracking with the swell

the trout look up, bemused, their eyes stare round and black - the moon glistens on their backs

he stares down his mate as she approaches

his temples tingle with her scent as he circles their muzzles touch momentarily

he rubs along her mane she has killed as well

snarling his fangs bite down

she moans in pleasure as the pain shoots down, to her loins

she could rip him to shreds but they're bound she fights back

the lightning cracks the moon is black the ghost clouds race death

he licks her wound, she caresses as he bows

he curls up next to her as they slumber

the cold wind (their preternatural fire) will not disrupt their wolf's coat thick and fluff

morning sun glows they awaken naked and cut-up

they are scarred from previous encounters

the wooded bower as they devour they will kill again

Ozzy Osbourne-Bark At The Moon

Guess the two things I think about most driving all day and listening to music?





Bangles - Manic Monday - 1986






good morning...


Bark At The Moon

Screams break the silence
Waking from the dead of night
Vengeance is boiling
He's returned to kill the light
Then when he's found who he's looking for
Listen in awe and you'll hear him

Bark at the moon

Years spent in torment
Buried in a nameless grave
Now he has risen
Miracles would have to save
Those that the beast is looking for
Listen in awe and you'll hear him

Bark at the moon

They cursed and buried him
Along with shame
And thought his timeless soul had gone
In empty burning Hell-unholy one
But now he's returned to prove them wrong

Howling in shadows
Living in a lunar spell
He finds his heaven
Spewing from the mouth of hell

And when he finds who he's looking for
Listen in awe and you'll hear him Bark at the moon



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