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Lilith is the most notorious demon in Jewish tradition. In some sources, she is conceived of as the original woman, created even before Eve, and she is often presented as a thief of newborn infants. Lilith means “the night,” and she embodies the emotional and spiritual aspects of darkness: terror, sensuality, and unbridled freedom. Here's my take on her.

Darker than the night,

She prowls out of sight,

A figure so luscious,

Her touch is so infectious.

Charming yet she's filth,

She's none other than Lilith,

A sinner to the core,

Seducing men more and more.

A poor fellow got captured,

In her beauty enraptured,

He knows no right or wrong,

Foolishly gets tagged along.

Making him lying down,

Her hair like the night's crown,

She reveals her true shape,

The fellow's mouth remains agape.

A vestige of serpents on her head,

Dropping like vines on the bed.

A mouthful of needle-like teeth,

Saliva in her maw seethe.

Eyes glowing eerie green,

The poor guy had never seen,

She lowered down herself slowly,

The howling screams ended abruptly.

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