Black Metal Valentine
That night when first I saw your face,
Your black-sheathed beauty held my eye;
You sought the fire, the winds to chase,
You revelled in the storm vexed sky.
That night I heard the rolling thunder,
I heard the storm Gods call my name
As lightning rent the sky asunder,
Upon my heart you staked your claim.
Music of winter tide and tempest,
True soul of all-embracing night,
Howling din that Furies love best,
Goddess most welcome to my sight!
Eyes of turquoise, soul-beguiling,
Black cascades on your shoulders fall,
Lips of crimson sweetly smiling;
You speak one word and conquer all!
Sigils, runes and knots adorn you,
Inked in deep black upon your skin.
Laughter chases all who scorn you
As irredeemably in sin.
Black leather, laced and silver studded,
Your body weaves a perfect mesh
With love and lust my mind is flooded
I yield to your sorcery of flesh.
Kiss my body, feel the pleasure
Of tongue, of fingers and of lips.
Let me in to steal your treasure,
From between your beauteous hips.
Many years of love and laughter,
Many our lust filled sacred nights,
When we curse that false hereafter
That would deny us our delights.
But before Fate brings eternal sleep
Recall that night you said, “Be mine.
Here is my heart, ‘t is yours to keep.
Be my black metal valentine.”