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Judgement in Forced Rhyme
by JASMIN HORST E. P. SEILER

Saturday, August 25, 2007
Rated "G" by the Author.
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Who are we or do we want to be as a species, before we spread our ill deseases into other realms?

Judgement in forced rhyme!


 


 


 


A little creature born to live


Torn apart its life to give


Its master be a cruel god


Love and kindness he is not


 


Compassion only for himself


But acting like a little elf


Another trophy on the shelf


To killing he would delve


 


Now a judgement on his head


Consequences do not fret


Ten to one he lays a bet


A slap on the wrist instead


 


No value on godsí creatures lay


Makes easy them to slay


With murder get away


Right up to this day


 


Stoning in a public square


Would my regime be and fare


His henchmen also share


Or anyone would dare!


 


 


25/08/2007


 


 

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Reviewed by Sandra Ferrara Gentry 8/28/2007
well penned!
Reviewed by Ann Scarborough 8/25/2007
Again, excellent! You have to read between the lines but the meaning is quite clear. You have a gift for the subliminal message my friend. I wonder if others will understand about that which you write.
Exquisite Write!
Ann



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