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God said, all you angels will now bow down In reverence to my most choicely deed. Man is of my image; gather around, Bestow on him your praise. Who’d take the lead? Not I said Lucifer. I shall not bow To one subordinate and made of clay. I am of fire with high esteem, and thou Are now charging me? I will not obey. I bid you again, do this for me. I love you dearly but you must abide My wishes. Adam’s of me I decree. Thou are obsessed with your pretentious pride Thy arrogance and haughtiness compels Me to cast thee from heaven into Hell.

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  1. Date: 10/24/2011 7:22:00 AM
    I am so happy to see the Soup back up and thrilled to be able to read your wonderful poetry Albert. May you have an exciting week filled with new found inspiration. Love, Carol