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Deadly Anger
by David E Soto
Wednesday, April 16, 2008
Rated "PG" by the Author.
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A poem of how anger can take us too far. In this poem, to the point where he has a cannibalistic experience.

Feel from the skin
From the wounds speak the words
Tell me from the turmoil among,
Buried underneath, are those burdens

Contemplate eternal sorrow
Everlasting agonic thoughts and sensations
The dead are rolling over, softly in the wind
They whisper to me their memoirs
They speak to me their miseries

Salvation is nothing, nothing is salvation
You have reached mediocrity
Burning in a hellish fire
Incinerated you are among screams of torture
Anguish, woe, and persecution

Imagination has surpassed its once set limits
Now the undesirable touches you
Caresses you, imbibes your blood

Demean yourself, though you can no lower

Humiliated and disgraced here we are,
Desolate, alone, you are found in a nightmare
The children speak to the ears, murmuring tears
Muttering gory scenes and piercing through your flesh

They crawl onto the ceiling
And want to hide under your bed until the morning arises
Now, beloved children, you are my voice out of the dawn
A star on the firmament, you enlighten my vengeance

They come to you during the night
They steal your hot, diminutive tears
They wait until my return and your death
Then deposit them into my cold, lifeless veins

The pestilence of your deceased corpse
Arouses my heartbeat, my soul begins to hunger
And as I slowly enclose your body with my presence
I mumble my return

I take a bite out of your flesh, and masticate
Then another, and consume you


 - David Soto

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Reviewed by Karen Palumbo
Extremely well vivid portrait you paint with your words, well done...

Be always safe,
Reviewed by Deborah Munson (Reader)
Welcome my dear young man to the den. You have deep talent that speaks volumes in the words that you pen. Anger is ugly and you described it with honor. Well Done, Deborah
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