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Magus Tsirk Susej - Revelations of the Dark Lord

Hear me o my prophet! When yet was the world of old new-born And the first winter's snow, like blossom Had not yet fallen, shrouding the grass of the first spring, Then was I the noblest of all the angels, The noble potentates of supreme Heaven. To God alone was my fealty owed, And all others, to me, theirs. For, of all the shining sons of Heaven, The King of the World loved me best. I was adorned in gilded brilliance Brighter than the noonday sun of Arabia. A robe was woven of a hundred diamonds Wrapped around my princely shoulders. To me were there seven hundred concubines. They were more beautiful than loti or roses, Their caresses softer than Sinaean silks,

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