Lucifera Santez

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Blue eyed Evil


Of all the things my eyes behold,
I have never seen someone look so frail and old,
I have never seen someone shedding so many tears,
For something he cowers from,
Something he fears,
Of all the demons I have ever been,
And the brutality and madness I have seen,
I have never witnessed this raging thirst to go on,
An evil so blue eyed and utterly alone………………………………..

Submitted: Sunday, May 25, 2014

Topic(s): spiritual


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Poet's Notes about The Poem

i wrote it after i watched Thor 2. the depth of Loki's character really captivated me and then i saw this pic on pinterest with the caption 'an evil blue eyed and utterly alone'. so this poem is inspired and dedicated to wonderful Tom Hiddleston and his amazing acting skills and mostly for the wonderful Loki he plays on the silver screen.

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