Black Phoenix


Oh black phoenix your wings spread far casting the land in shadow,
Your feathers are like suns consumed in darkness,
Your wings as destructive and as swift as a hurricane.
Oh black phoenix, how your flames burn through the land,
Your silver talons glow with heaven's blackened flames,
Your mighty wings sending the flames to burn the wicked.
Oh black phoenix, how you swoop down and take the wicked,
Your silver beak catches the wicked and damns them to Hades,
Your blood red eyes watch all from above looking from for the wicked.
Oh black phoenix you are the pet of Hades, and the hound of Zeus.

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