Circling the deep as you did before -
Whistling, scorching the ocean floor
Bubbling sighs to meet the tide
The burst and belch of waves subside.
Caught in crag of crippled rock.
Burn and bend the spiteful clock.
And curle the bloat of purple fingers
The salted spittle about me lingers.
Near me now, Hades lost
Hear me sing, but at what cost?
For you, I've carved and christened the altar
Bide your breaths but do not falter
Splinter sparks of oak before me
Strike my womb, so yawning, lonely.
Man of weakness, baleful hunger,
Man of mine, alone no longer.
Swallow the wind, my hair, my breats
Lay your swollen spleen to rest
A covenant with you I'll bind and strike
A salted pillar, I'll carve to spike.
Your skin in flakes, your blood in spatter,
Till no one thing appears to matter.
Your gasping lungs I'll bloat and burst.
Swell with brine to quench your thirst.Hear me now, release your sails
Give up the fight, before you fail.