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Dark Overcome



Dark, the man festered and rescued horror
From actionless thought

he krept on his knees fingernails first
Smelled for blood licked the dirt
With his black tounge

It was fate that grabbed the innocent child
Plucked each hair took light
And with Dark stuffed any light in the air

Childless parents 'wake in terror
Childless now night
Clutched their child
And returned a still-life doll

Hate enraged the parents gaze
To spit the murderer on his grave

Now the man awaked
And forgot his name
Forgot the number of days depraved
Begged the parents to forgive his ways

And the childless father rushed
To stab his nave'
But the judge prevented
For he thought with his eye
Took the darkless man
And ripped out his eyes
Threw him in the street
And told him to cry

Then with the childless man's blade
Slit the feet
For each hair he plucked
On that fatefull day

In one dark action
All men of humanity became defamed

The darkless man awoke the next morn'
For he could not see
But knew the scent of
Pityless boys on the street
His hair was drenched in
How many boys' pee?

And how many parents pointed
In the direction of the darkless
Man for their children to tease?

Every morn' the darkless man
awoke in mourn like this

For three years have past
And the childless father's anger
Grew even more fast

So he took the darkless man
And cut off his ears
Re-slit his feet
And brake all his teeth

Dark stood at the darkless
Man's crown
Stood with a fruit
And smirked at every frown
Pleased at his creation
Of this dark town

Three more years passed by
Each day with new paser-byers
Stuffing the darkless man's mouth
With feet passifiers

Alas
The man died in the seventh year by fire
Now Dark looked for a
New man to brier

To the horror of Dark
The darkless man came
And by his side was the innocent child the same
The two together with Love and Light
Became one or a perfect twain

The Light so bright drove Dark insain
And dredged in shame and judgement
Dark will forever no more remain

And
Light turned to that dark town
And judged mightily every man according
To every mercy they gave

I give you this parable

Seek forgiveness and forgive the same

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Submitted on May 13, 2011

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