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Mangled Minds

Mangled Minds
Mangled Minds entwined with Rhymes,
My brother’s repeat this nonsense,
Once brilliant men, now lost my kin,
Just ramble in confusion,
Many a man that I’ve met on life’s road,
Has endured the weight of trials untold,
And some survived to thrive and die,
But most just fell, into this hell, that sometimes still afflicts me,
Where are you God? And are you fair? For then these men needed you most, you 
didn’t seem to be there.
And this is the fate which grabbed many a man,
Who stood the tied, and proclaimed Christ to this land,
And I wonder if, it is not finally my lot, 
To Join Them.

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