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Terrestrial Journals VII

Wearisomes travelers; who is blind and I Am not blind?!

Passing through gildeds secular anathemas open markets 
With countless sonorous voices calling from their ravens, hoodoo booths

Wishing to sell everyone these worldly visions amid obscures

Perverted material trinkets; placing them in front of narrows sight!?

Glittering these things; as unto a baby within its beloved crib....

Poisons to possess; unaware of the kings orders borne in piques 

Hateful beginnings while Rachel continues to weep; innocence deceived ~

Precious infants caught amid a kingdoms wrath, spite and pain; amissful 

Their sidebar moments wherein they only have themselves to blame yet 

Someone must pay for sombers resipiscence in this, corrosives mistakes....

Vexations troubling beast of conscious; crippled by its mutations?!


....“Terrestrial Journals” *

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  1. Date: 5/2/2012 1:36:00 PM
    Wow. Okay, maybe this is my favorite from the set. Your words are absolutely stunning. Every line especially last line was somewhat chilling. Always, Laura