The Door of Darkness by T.R. Noble

It was a beautiful door.Expensive wood.Carved features.A mind that understood. The door called.It beckoned.It glowed.It welcomed. The words it would sing.Sweet.Soft.Gentle. Words thatdelighted the soulyetmelted the marrow. I never noticed before.How it alwaysopened toanother door. Going from woodto metal.Less beautiful,the effects more internal. The doors became uglyand still I desired.It preyed on my depravity.My soul …


The flesh is a beggar, Who comes as a thief; His need is the one That matters Regardless the cost. His damage Cannot be calculated For it is greater Than the sum of Each individual cost. What human weapon Can stand against wiles so great? They defy survival; Desire and instinct Run wild, distorted, distracted. …

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