Inhumanly Friend
Today You Spilled My Soul
When Pigs Fly
The Trip
Stillborn Soul
Manifesto of the Head
Left Behind
of light and madness
To a Friend (hurting inside)
Turning Nocturnal
Goddess Celeste

To My Princess Daphne
Tis' The Season For No Reason
Port des Horreurs
Lost & Found
3 a.m. Ravens of a Lunatic
The Crucified Man
Mother Earth
An Agnostic Descent
Muy Caliente Patty

Eddie the Head
"Just" Eyes
Eddie the Terminator
Property Of The Black Widow
Flowers Are Evil
Insane In The Membrane
Salad or Deli

Goddess Celeste
Poem First Published Previous To April, 1999

Celeste said the stars
were a billion fires,
hung from the heavens
by a billion fine wires,
and Heaven was a place
with leather and lace
that was created by an angel
many years in the past.
And the angel wore a corset,
a midnight latex corset,
that outshined all the stars
from the zenith of the sky.
And her enemy was man,
and all Earth men were damned,
just for being without seeing,
and speaking without meaning,
and all of Earth's men now are damned.
And Celeste showed me the pain,
showed me how to take the pain,
with the bruises on my knees
and the welts upon my back.
Then i laid upon the floor
feeling like a worthless whore
and let the ground and pain consume me,
watched the earth worms digest me,
and there's really no point asking now
what everything she did all was for.

Cocaine Kiss
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