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The Reaper
by Crissy M Foster
Friday, August 17, 2007
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I was up all night last night with this in my head so I thought I would Jot it down. Those of you familiar with the bible should know what this is about.

Behold, I was cast down from the Heavens to walk upon needles of a dead foot till the coming.

Sanctioned to a life with no life grabbing souls for the after.

Damned am I to wander night on night for retribution of sins committed.

Lonesome wanderer are I. No light save for light of thought.

Damned to a world where shadows  make sheets of steel fashioned to a prison.

Walking have I for the thousands of years I foresaw Eden turned to dust beneath my foot

Hope and Dream became fabrication and Childs play.

For even the souls of the young I bring forth have become impure and tainted with hate and envy, greed and manipulation.


Behold, soon I shall be lonesome no longer, as day becomes night and my needled feet soon will rest.

In that very moment Messiah lifts the skirts of his blessed white robe and the foot that steps upon mortal coil shakes the earth and quakes the people.

The robe turns as black as the very death of the innocent I have taken before him.

To remove them from the shallow careless hands of a human race and thus, may justice reign down upon humanity.

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Reviewed by Randall Barfield
This is a mysterious write. Cheers
Reviewed by Joyce Bowling
Wow! What a write my friend, powerfully penned with rich powerful've penned it well, bravo!
Joyce B.
Reviewed by Art Sun
A very strong expression of poetry, shows the depth of which one can find within the thoughts of time and death which walks along the journey of this world...

nice work, Crissy.....

Art Sun...
Reviewed by George Thompson
Well written and thought out in approach. Really liked this.

Reviewed by Victor Buhagiar (Reader)
Hi Crissy, been a long time. I see you have not lost your ability to hold us under your poetic spell. Great write. Victor
Reviewed by J. Allen Wilson
I liked this a lot...the images cling fast to the heart.
well written piece.

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