«If you were riding the pale horse of death
You still would be shining, like a comet of ice
You’d look like fire, and would let us burn
But those that are close, still would be spurned.»
Irrlicht, will-o’-the-wisp. In folklore and superstition, will-o’-wisps are usually regarded either as the malicious work of supernatural beings or as the souls of unfortunate deceased. According to popular belief, following or even capturing the will-o’-wisps brings misfortune. Where does your will-o’-wisp take you?
BLACK SUN RISING
THREE PAIR OF DANCING SHOES
THOUGHTS ARE CREATIVE