Storytelling Videos: A Forest Of Stars – Gatherer Of The Pure

He’s a man of the world, but his is a small world,
being a world whirled and whipped inside a filth caked skull.
All a dalliance in delusion, all dreamed down in narcotic seclusion,
he peeps all askance through all and sundry;
three dimension unreality his fourth dimension play-day.
All eternity a rainy Sunday.
He, a builder of worlds in dreams.
He, a destroyer of worlds in dreams.

Feculent plots / hatch / fester / fry.
Subsistence burnt black, effulguent brain pan besmirched.
Labours of love ladled into ravenous toilet bowl of life.
All lost souls to feat upon fresh hot meal of voided bowel.
He, a leacher of colour. He, a void in sanity.
A poisoner of the well, instiller of winter’s gray flavour.
A spasmed spatter of the obvious, a-soiling gleaming uncertainty.

On a lonely wander through twisting streets of Yonder,
his one good eye spying, prying, a shadow play for yesterdays.
All tomorrows, all yesterdays today,
Carrion Crow, pinch-faced proprietor of this sorry sideshow.
Roll up, roll up! Crack cranks his codeine calliope,
all is vibrant colour without his vermined bone box.
All within, bleak nothing – all without to pay homage, at his insistence.
Cosmic keys broken in twisting locks of lost infinities.
His worlds all a-fire now, a Lucifer turning in listless circles,
before landing in the dry hay of thoughts half-remembered.

Evensong their last song.
Pray for the prey! Sing for your supper!
Funeral pyres for one and all today.
As hand of God to give,
as hand of God to take away.

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About Irmelinis

A friend told me that I was delusional. I almost fell off my unicorn.

Posted on October 31, 2014, in Video of the Week and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. ChristopherMammal

    I enjoy your story-telling videos. it’s so pleasant to hear music that isn’t ra-ra, a-ah-ah.

    • I like how, when you have a video that tells a story and not just shows the band pretending to play, it encourages you to focus on the lyrics. It feels like lyrics in metal are often forgotten, yet there are so many fantastic ones that can give you hours of poetic pleasure 🙂

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