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Weaving Her Web of Deceit and Evil
by Mary Etta Metcalf
Friday, January 20, 2012
Rated "G" by the Author.
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the dark angel sits upon the ledge above the city
she watches the decadence below...people hiding in fear
a smile crept upon her lips...her eyes beginning to glow
this was her world now...weaving her web of deceit and evil

the city becomes alive at night with raucous parties
twisted minds roamed the streets...decent people ran for cover
it was not a safe place to be...she reveled in the fear
this was her world now...weaving her web of deceit and evil

many minds had been open to her inquiring nudges
they had been the cesspools of humanity as she pried
molding them to her whims...creating the festering pits
this was her world now...weaving her web of deceit and evil

the evil grew each day as the good began losing its battle to survive
soon they would be gone...then the city would be hers
she would then earn her right to be queen of the dark
this was her world now...weaving her web of deceit and evil

the sun began to edge up the horizon...another day approached
her work was complete for now...but she would return again
taking flight from the sun...she headed for the underworld
this was her world now...weaving her web of deceit and evil

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Reviewed by C. McGovern-Bowen
lots of evil & deceit in the wind these days.
Reviewed by Annabel Sheila
She sounds like evil incarnate....great story, Mary Etta!

Reviewed by Ronald Hull
They don't call them vamps for nothing.

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