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God Orisis

God/Orisis In the Jippo book of the dead , {Egyptian} Weight judge-ment, black hearted is read , Against the weight of an Ostrich feather, A failure is seen evil fed If you aint been divine, Just robbed people, fine, Anubis may fill you with dread, {hades-hell} Good people have a lightness of heart, The evil ones weigh-down with their guilt, Conscience, knows every nasty bit part, Anubis takes care of the filth, Assess, reassess, deeds-knife-point to the hilt, how it’s written on your timeline? If yer like me you’d struggle to see, Cos I surely aint the divine:} Don Johnson One God policy, pay for your deeds :}

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  1. Date: 2/20/2014 5:53:00 PM
    Dear Don: You have interpreted the ancient Egyptian afterlife judgement scene well in this personalized piece. Very nice truly. A "feather" in your cap, if you get my pun! Good for you. Leon

    Date: 2/20/2014 7:32:00 PM Block poet from commenting on your poetry

    does me little heart weigh more than the ostrich feather, probably not :} im hoping:{ all the great religions seem to have a penalty, to keep murder down ...its not working well currently :{