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Morgan's secret recipe

In a little old town of 
There's a legendary tale of 
Morgan's secret recipe.
It was the time of the Great 
A lighthouse shone out for 
the weak and the hungry.
A Christian family of 12 with 
their roots from India.
A father of twin boys plus five 
brothers and three sisters,
They were not the mafia but 
neither were they saints, 
Bank robbers and infamous 
thieves of the rich,
They opened a cookhouse, 
shelters homes, a school and 
a grocery store,
Regardless of race,language 
or belief they help the needy 
and poor,
And they had many enemies 
of the most famous and 
wealthy ,
But none could point a finger 
at their criminal activities,
And so it started with hired 
assassins and killers,
Once while leaving for church 
they survived from a street 
And another time a group of 
mercenaries came to their 
house for bloodbath only to 
leave as changed men,
But that soon changed when 
a stranger rode into town,
A mission for crimson blood 
and a messenger sent,
He shot and killed the twins 
in broad daylight,
He was caught, tied in the 
courthouse by the town folks 
ready to be hang,
The grieved father came to 
him with sadness in his eyes,
He did the one thing no one 
would have thought at that 
He freed the stranger and 
I've lost my sons for the 
crimes I've done,
You've done what you've been 
sent for and now begone,
Blood beget blood,death 
follows a trail,
God has given you a second 
chance to change your evil 
Don't let it all gone to waste! 

Part I, there's more and a 
hidden message. . .

Copyright © Danesh Morgan

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