Poetry

Medusa’s Rage

Upon the temple floor, she wept
reflections in water frigid now
Pegasus sired in Poseidon’s lust
jealous Athena casts her curse
unsheathes rage; flicker tongues
venom spits from serpents crown
malevolent hatred, burning pyre
Medusa skips these men of stone
across deep sea, as Sirens sing
silencing relics of Mythos lore.

© Literary Remains

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