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1110: Emmanuel

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1110: Emmanuel

Interwoven minds. Unseen betrayals simmer in words. I was made to pick a side. I've chosen to feed on the incoming swarm. How is judgment like in an all-knowing clause Inside Emmanuel's castle of threads Silken webs remain concise as collective blows To the rivers of reflective premises Raging terror in an unknown flavor Is there one intact promise in love? What kind of love is God's? I want an obscure retribution From an immediate fall to Earth Is this the only place where He can reside? How is judgment like in an all-knowing clause Inside Emmanuel's oppressive eternity Silken webs remain concise as selective bolts That hit only reflective memories Is there even salvation in conditional love? I don't want you in a predictable frequency. #1110: EMMANUEL ©Jake Ponce [August 30, 2009, 11:02pm] neptunerune.tumblr.com neptunerune.deviantart.com facebook.com/neptunerune

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  1. Date: 5/5/2014 9:54:00 AM
    Thought provoking, though never caused me to question my salvation. Cryptically received and evaluated, this write is right on...... well done, my friend....... Jake

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    Date: 5/5/2014 8:54:00 PM Block poet from commenting on your poetry


    Thanks, John. This was my reaction to certain things I heard from the TV. I really am not seeing the image of the loving God in any religious sect. It's always conditional hence this poem's birth. I believe that the true God exists and the real sin of man is demonizing him. :)