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The Parlor Of Prometheus - Part Three -

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The Parlor Of Prometheus - Part Three -


" A close friend was betrayed by one of the Chiefs
and was tortured to death by being roasted slowly while strung up
high on a tree branch.
His misery was rich. 
His name was Red Spirit in English.
I'm very proud of the Roman's achievements in law and architecture.
They were a very strange race,
very hostile & very obedient to a sense of honor which is why they could be so easily manipulated by law.
At that time in particular I specialized in making men into Gods.
Those were good times,
making marble from concrete."

you mention your admiration for the law,
some would say that you are a lawless Being
like a stone that ignores gravity,
a Jew who rejects scripture,
Satan said,
" There are two forms of law, real & unreal, defacto & dejure,
there is color of law and organic law,
natural rights and government codes.
Ultimately there are only two types of law;
jurisprudence designed to control others actions, which presents
consequences for violation and compliance,
and then there exists personal, subjective law,
otherwise known as principle or convictions.
Every man or woman performs according to their principles,
even if choosing to comply with laws foriegn to themselves.
This is how slaves are made,
people in bondage choose to be enslaved,
they accept the domination of another as mans' thought often permits
passion to terrorize, or tantilize judgement.
Law is like a rainbow,
one picks their favorite color following it all the way to the horizon." ,
what about God's law I asked,
historionically He remarked,
" God has His laws and I have mine."

Next I asked, have you ever been in love with a mortal?
" Oh yes, many times, take a look at this."
He handed me a thin, square golden casing
having an arabesque pattern etched on it,
when I touched the item it was as though an ancient sea breeze swept over me ,
He continued, " Open it, thats Tamitha,"
He was eager for me to be eager, I said,
" Shes got a smile similar to yours."
Tamitha was the daughter of a high ranking warrior named Bartos 
in a large Germanic tribe
protecting the Rhineland from incursion."

J.A.B.

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  1. Date: 8/24/2013 3:16:00 PM
    And of course, satan is a master at deceiving men into creating complex law only to enslave them...this is brilliant

    Bordner Avatar Justin Bordner
    Date: 8/26/2013 3:35:00 PM Block poet from commenting on your poetry


    Yes my beautiful colleague, laws are the worst enemy to Rights - J.A.B. %
  1. Date: 7/15/2013 7:08:00 PM
    Too interesting, Justin! How have you been? Hope all is well. I see a new poem has been posted. Can't wait to read it. But I gotta let this series sink in a bit. It's quite amazing work. Always, Laura

    Bordner Avatar Justin Bordner
    Date: 7/17/2013 1:39:00 PM Block poet from commenting on your poetry


    Surviving with dignity my friend - supernatural Beings are amazing indeed Laura - J.A.B. %