"The Brazen Man"


O brazen man thus shackled here
What brought you to this lonesome place?
Not lies nor law or liberty,
But treasure
In Deep.

Thine manic trait once shown to me
Has dragged you to that fiendish deep.
I warned you then, I'll now repeat,
The treasure
Hide it deep.

I say my good and final words,
And speak them to your poisoned veins;
The Brazen Man you must release,
Or Burn you will
The Deep.


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