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Against the gaping metal screen,
Thumping and scratching behind
Microscopic prison-cell bars.
As rain-bullets douse the powdery gossamer
One by one, they plummet like falling stars.
Candle light caresses the naked walls,
A percussive symphony patters on the roof,
A cacophony of sounds as the sky-rivers fall
Serene streams heed nature's call.
The feathery laden planes cling for life
Beneath Gaia's persistent spill
Their valiant resistance fails
To the earth they plunge,
No match against the watery arsenal.
Kaiju Poetry - BattraYou sicken me more than the carcass of a dead beast
My raging retribution blazes like the fires of Earth's core.
Upon the expanse of this reality you are nothing but a gaping sore
Living from the planet, a spherical feast.
From the ocean depths I emerge,
Years of waiting, centuries of unrelenting rest;
All it takes is the greed of one man to make me remember
The hateful fury burning within my barbaric chest
At the one who's soul is as frigid as a barren December.
No, you can't run away from me, or hide
You can't live underground or even fly
No matter where you flee, I will find you
I will search the cosmos until you die.
Humanity is a virus infecting life's purity
A disgusting parasite thriving from the energy of another
Like an irrefutable worm
Death follows you, wherever you may squirm.
I am Gaia's Herald,
I am Fate's frozen fire
You threaten my world,
Your destruction is my desire.
"Protect the world, destroy the infestation," is my mantra.
No matter where you go,
You're always in m
A Rose For MothraHappy Valentine's Day Everyone <33
Mothra let out a deep sigh as she sat at the ocean's edge watching the stars wielding by during the early hours of the morning. It had been a long night of battling a giant flock of Gyaos, so she was exhausted and making a vain attempt at recuperating. The great insect often found her emotions after a battle slinking down into the doldrums. Mothra would always try her hardest to protect the planet but rarely would receive anything for her strenuous and life-threatening work.
The icy cold wind from the north whipped across Infant Island, giving Mothra intense shivers despite having layers of fur providing warmth. It wasn't often she felt the sensation of being cold. No shield or comfort could protect her from the darkness of the world that surrounded her. No matter how much good Mothra seemed to spread, evil followed closely behind it like night following day. It was never ending, and Mothra felt apathy gradually creeping into h
The Bending PlankOn an obsidian ship,
Forgotten on the sanguine swell
I stand upon a perilous plank
Extending over a molten sea---
I look up, at the claw-hooked mast
And see the outline of a burning tree.
Sleepless SeaThe ocean's hem is Earth's forgotten garment
By night it becomes electric beneath
The moon's iridescent glow.
While the dank fathoms convulse like cold fire
A pebble of stand plunges through the surface,
A needle stabbing through aquatic fabric.
The old woman's eye never sleeps
When the stars unveil their distant beacons,
The rhythmic tide and wave never cease
The tumultuous waltz beneath the galactic blue;
Whilst the rest of the world sleeps,
The sky's battered eye shines across the expanse
Allowing the unseen to rise in an exotic dance.
Mothra RisesFrom the deepest recesses of the Earth she rises,
Like the sun above the horizon her herald calls.
Signaling daybreak the Goddess brings freedom
Over the Earth, that guardian star never falls.
Those ancient texts call her "Mothra"
The insect divine wrought from the strong;
Her archaic power is only brought forth
When Elian-Sirens chime the Mothra Song.
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