(The name Cherubim is derived from the Assyrian or Akkadian word karibu and means "one who prays" or "one who intercedes." Their name, in Arabic, Al-karubiyan, means "those who area closer to Allah." Dionysius erroneously claims that the word means knowledge. And, in early Muslim lore it is said that they were created "from the tears that Michael shed over the sins of the faithful.)
A family tree that is intricated in blood.
The souls lost, Adam and Eve rise from the mud.
A Watcher that abides, a soulless golem, we know.
The blood that flows like a river that goes.
In which we risk, suicide by slitting the wrist.
Lucifer and Leviathan, which is air and mist.
The Morning Star that rises and reflects the Sun.
The Archangel Michael from Aldebaran the "Bun".
To see is to want, we rise from the depths.
Ishtar the Queen, surrounded by flames and put to the test.
The vest, we wear, the bullets hit the chest.
Wondering why God continues to fix the mess.
With rest, we arise, the flames that we abode.
In light, that's right, forgiven in our home.
Horus the one, that shines a blinding light.
With bear at our back, the lightning then strikes.
An Imdugud at heart, the Angels that fell.
Funny how we survive when we're really in hell.
Incarnate as a God, gold in which we share.
When polygamy done right, it ends up being fair.