In A nightclub

In A nightclub
Done up like a church;
Stained Glass windows,
Frankincense and myrrh,
White candles melt
Chilling even in July,
Haunted haunting

Bar behind an alter,
Red wine, white wine
Shining in gold chalices,
Patrons kneeling,
The wine sipping,
Spilling,Oaken pews hard as crime,
Bells ring,
Hands clapping,
Keeping time.

Angel Edwards

Angel Edwards is a singer songwriter guitarist poet from Vancouver. Two of her books of poetry were published in 2018 by Silver Bow publishing "Tales in the Dreams Garden" and "Lust Unfiltered By Love" She has been widely published in newspapers and magazines in Canada,Ireland,England, Africa,Romania and Crostia.


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