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The poem "A Good Man Goes to War" is using "demons" as a metaphor, seemingly referring to the Order of the Silence in the episode "A Good Man Goes to War". The Doctor apparently convinced them all to "run", from the asteroid Demon's Run, after rescuing Amy, not realising that the Silence weren't actually fleeing, but fulfilling their part of the plan to capture and swap Amy's baby, Melody Pond.

"...Demons run but count the cost
The battles won but the child is lost"