The Origin of Baal Mother of Demonic spirits Diabolical powers held— For the soule— who then visits A foreign world when expelled— Tossed out from within— A demon is said to be bourne— The mind— its mirror, a twin To thoughts that had warned— Executioner of will and thought Combined and then reflected Manifested— when fear is fought And the body— is made timid
The Crow Mournfully dark, black you are As you sat up well—so high Perfect as you imitated from afar The image held in prophecy The image that was held So close and dear to me Was that— of one that spelled What was already a known decree A decree— to which You may know— “As you may switch— Places to show” That what’s within the darkness known Was nothing more than my shadow alone
Katrenia G. Busch ORCID ID: 0000-0002-7377-4571 and Web of Science Researcher ID AAU-4227-2021is a Journal Reviewer for The American Psychological Association, you can find her on Publons.
She also serves as a Film Critic for Hollywood Weekly Magazine, a Celebrity Interviewer and writer for Heart of Hollywood Magazine, a Journal Reviewer for the American Psychological Association, as well as a Reviewer for Prospectus: A Literary Offering and has worked as an Editor and journalist. Some of her published works can be found in The Screeched Owl, IO Magazine, The Chamber Magazine, Literature Today, Westward Quarterly, Trouvaille Review, Riverrun, Police Writers, Senior Care Quest among others.