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  • 337.
    The Fallen Angel ' Confessions Of The Forever Sinner ' aka: ' Godspeed, God, Goodbye '

    Dear Lord, thee hath created Adam, with knowledge that glare;
    And made thine angels, at thy perfect creation stare.
    But to this wretched being, shall I not bow:
    Thus, labeled pariah, a fallen angel, by thou.

    Made of mud, was I not, yet from the burning fire,
    The Light Bearer, a shooting star, aiming higher and higher.
    Driven by pride, rising against thou, did I dare,
    Now, sinking I'm for long, in darkness and despair.

    And then thee fell from the Lord's perpetual paradise,
    A deity dream did thou entice.
    It's better to reign in Hell than serve in Heaven;
    Hence, in Hell thou hath been for a lifetime thriven.

    Behold the blood, thine mankind hath shed:
    Thus, I shall tempt him than serve thee instead.
    O Bright Star, thy love for thou is now dead,
    O Creator, thy heavens I have already fled!

    O Light Bringer, thou wish for a frozen featured reincarnation;
    But all hope is lost, salvation seems a far away dream, due to thy expostulation.
    If only he could see, thine love that might have been arcane!
    Curse him, no, curse thyself; there is agony, deep down like a fallin' rain.

    O what a kingdom o' fire thee rules, in solitude:
    Sacrificed an everlasting Eden for your non-gratitude,
    Misery upon thyself, did thee brutally bring,
    Sentenced thou now, to listen to requiems and elegies the dead sing.

    Look at thyself, bearing the light, did thou not,
    Against your God, with thy minions, did thou plot!
    O Morning Star, thine rays are now blocked;
    Being The Devil it is, as a servant is completely crocked.

    The storm of damnation, O Dragon, did thou embrace:
    Hence, on the horizon, a sorrow serenade, thou hath to face.
    An everlasting story of a forever screaming scar;
    O Great Lucifer, thine glory, in the sky, thyself did mar!

    Till we meet again, in the end, at Doomsday;
    I shall make thine Hades, ignite with thy clay.
    When they have their empty epiphany, dark oceans they shall cry,
    Of a life well wasted; then they all burn to ashes, and I say, 'Godspeed, God, Goodbye.' read more »

  • 338.
    Elegy To A Bee

    I found a bee upon the grass
    Who faced his final hour
    And cupped him gently in my hand
    Then set him on a flower. read more »

  • 339.
    You Are Gone

    'm barely strong...
    not with you by my side anymore...
    the world's so unpleasant... read more »

  • 340.

    where are the Nigerian youths?

    where are the pillar of the foundation? read more »

  • 341.

    Here lies papa, the bravest warrior

    Who turned the cats back to the ground. read more »

  • 342.
    White Cat And Notebook: A Still Life

    Rain hushes this February morning,
    that same infusing chill
    that once entered the slim bones
    of your hands, until they ached, flushed read more »

  • 343.
    The Smile Of Maidanek

    No thicker than the membrane of an eye —
    My neighbor's door.
    No thicker than the spungold tavern
    Where a weary dewdrop staggers in read more »

  • 344.
    The Ghost of the City of New York Appears in California, May 25, 1971

    It's all in a day's work the door from Life to Death
    Muhammed Ali comes in one door and Russ Meyer comes in
    t' uther While Ali
    Stages a CONFAB at 11.00 AM but doesn't read more »

  • 345.
    Cliburn In Moscow

    'is there anyone
    who can peer into your eyes
    and with his own blood fuse
    two centuries worth of vertebrae? ' read more »

  • 346.

    A "Stranger in Moscow" told me that you've gone!
    But is it true that you've gone my M.J.?
    And with tears in my eyes I say goodbye my M.J.
    You who feeds the eyes and the ears read more »

  • 347.
    It Blows No Man's Good

    Shall my sorrow for one day turn into laughter?
    Who is he that has prophesied? You false prophet hold it to yourself.
    Have all not developed teeth? Yet teeth development remains a dream to me.
    When shall I become a man? When? read more »

  • 348.

    Shall my sorrow for one day turn into laughter?
    Who is he that has prophesied? You false prophet hold it to yourself.
    Have all not developed teeth? Yet teeth development remains a dream to me.
    When shall I become a man? When? read more »

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