Satanica [*Poem*]



See Satan’s lovely succubus
Lying on a sofa, indolent,
Parading her voluptuous
Flesh for your bedevilment.

Languidly lascivious, she
Plots your cruel subjugation,
Oozing sensuality,
Soliciting your adoration.

Utterly intoxicating!—
All her smiles and wicked ways,
All her blandishments must bring
Fevered nights and wasted days.

No need to fester in her pit:
It’s time to play another part.
Find a stake and sharpen it—
And drive it through her demon heart!

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Lasha Darkmoon

Dr Lasha Darkmoon (b.1978) is an Anglo-American ex-academic with higher degrees in Classics whose political articles and poems have been translated into several languages. Most of her political essays can be found at The Occidental Observer and The TruthSeeker. Her own website,, is now within the top 1 percent of websites in the world according to the Alexa ranking system.

2 thoughts on “Satanica [*Poem*]

  1. “OFF-TOPIC”

    Please ignore this if you wish. The only reason I publish it is because Lobro sent me an email earlier today containing this typically lobrovian (or is it lobroesque) sentence: “I am far from hostile to Ishtar-Astarte.” We got talking about the Dark Goddess, known under scores of different names in antiquity, and I happened to mention that this archetypal figure, the Sex Goddess or the Goddess of Lust, is basically Satan’s bride — Satanica.

    The poem was written about 6-7 years ago. I doubt I would be able to write such a “decadent” poem nowadays. I was influenced by my own translations of Baudelaire which I happened to be busily engaged on at that time.

    Baudelaire wrote many poems in this vein about the typical femme fatale, each such deadly female being a handmaiden or understudy of the original Sex Goddess. This is an archetypal figure as old as history — she was known also as Lilith — demonic and lethal in her lusts.

  2. Out West we traded Femme Fatale for Femme Filth.
    Or is it FEMA Satanica.

    You know the tune,
    Show me the way to go home into the past, the present sucks and future is worse …

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