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Telling, Told And Sold

Improbable worshipping difference of styles
chilly nights game board darker smiles
harmless spirit lifting back
witches summons white of black
crossing the bridge fortunes to tell
palm reading mystical crystal balls spell
mentally sketching pictures images of luck
enter own risk in the presence of shmuck
broken mirrors blackened cats under latter
one faith or the other does it really matter
fairground ambience candles and inscense
streetwise mood altering common-less pretense
desperate answers last buck trial
courses of foolishness black-hearted beguile
brews and potions future notions
rotten luck past decisions and devotions
critical reasonless just not thinking
blind trickery beliefs and wisdom sinking
realms chilling tingling spine
fervent mood members secret society shrine

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Submitted by Sparky777 on June 03, 2021

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Brian Oliveri

I had written a large book of poetry that of which I have narrowed down to 175 poems. more…

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