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The devil's nest

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The devil's nest

Dirty hands,
touched an  innocent soul,
she was a victim of rape.

birds listened her screams,
and flew away in doubty haul ,
the devil's nest was open.

Sun hides its face,
cloud gathered in dark motion,
wind stopped blowing.

leaves flew away,
her naked body caught red spots,
and criminal is on run. 

Law can't trace a case,
no witness, no proof  has been found,
daylight covered its face. 

a human cursed pain,
and never used brain,
and believing, 'God may bless him,
he will be rewarded heavenly shame.

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  1. Date: 1/16/2013 6:07:00 AM
    I love the ending. This is fantastic.