Oh! he was broken and scared he hid his face from this harsh world to look on this place was more than he dared.
He could not believe the dark things he saw. The hate, the fear, the carnage of war.The way some fed on what they chose while others starved and froze.
He stood in the midst of this evil world and screamed out his heart for the loss of his crow angel.He was dirty, covered in mud he was not used to this nor the pain from his broken wings oozing blood.
He fell to his knees and called out her name. Three crows watched him from the trees, she was not there but three crows to him came.
They landed gently next to him where he prayed they asked Brother why such grief do you display. He told them his story of love and banishment. He’d find his crow angel he would never give up until his life’s essence was spent.
Her wings were dying and she was tired of all the pain her heart was broken she feared she would never see her beautiful angel lover again.
The crows, her constant companions always by her side kept he appraised of the search across the earth far and wide.
Why this awful punishment why all this grief their only crime was love and sexual relief. She dare not think of that it only made the pain worse the memory their ecstasy had become a curse.
She longed to feel his touch and to taste his lips and oh! to wrap her legs around his beautiful hips.
Then at last the crows brought our dark angel the only news she wanted to hear. They had found her angel lover and he was very near. They had found him lost and alone, they had tended his wounds then to her they had happily guided him back here to their home.
So together with the crows they inhabited the towers they flew the skies at night . They never, never for a second forgot the debt they owed the crows. They loved them as children and protected them at all times they fiercely sheltered them from all of humanity’s crimes.
They loved each other dearly these beautiful crow angels they took strength from each other and their feathered friends …. and they prayed that God would forgive them their sin one day in the end