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Today is judgement.
It is the unveiling of hypocrisy
The confirmation of the true
It is the measure of humanity
And a nation. Highlights
Aversion, just for once
The bad among the loved
Friends, I am your Jesus
Weak and sentenced, trusting
Noting tirelessly the few
Of mercy.
Today is the judgement
Not of my lowly seat
But of those left to wade
In conscience, and faith
And stale, fetid morality
Pungent and corrupt
Today is the judgement.
Today I withdraw my light

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The following comments are for "Today Is Judgement"
by A. Cain

Katrina Connection
I predicted that someone would see a connection between the disaster and this piece. Maybe I posted it at the wrong, or right time. It wasn't written with that particular affair in mind, it was written, funnily enough, in relation to homelessness and the fact that personal ruin provides a good moment to find out who among your friends really deserves the title.

The real words in poetry though, those hidden in the seams, are shaped by the reader. So maybe for now this poem can represent the ongoing betrayals to the people of America by their guardians.

A. Cain

( Posted by: A. Cain [Member] On: September 9, 2005 )





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