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There once sat an aged, decrepit Wreath
Upon his throne of bones and skulls,
Whom, through his cankoured eyes o'erseeth
A land deserted by civil hauls;

He had a servant of dark faith,-
A thing half rat, half gargoyle,-
Which every night threw on his plate
A puss soup, eaten without toil.

Upon the youth he spat acid,
Salivated hatred nightly,
Tossed, as rags, ideas rancid,
On those minds so pure and mighty;

Be gone, foul leecher of the sweet,
The noble and the fair; Submit,
Already, your existence to feet
Of your cousin, Death, without fit!


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The following comments are for "A Few Lines To An Undisclosed Entity of Non-Importance"
by mj20300

few lines
I don't know my friend . I think this is worthy of more work. The first line stops me -'wreath' maybe you mean 'wraith'?
{A land deserted by civil hauls} hauls?
'Leecher maybe' 'lecher'?
I really like your work - put a little more time into editing so that you end up with what you meant. A few typos are expected, but when the syntax goes awry its impossible to read and you do yourself a dis-service. I would love to read this when you have it the way you want - the idea rocks.
Ken

( Posted by: jonpenny [Member] On: December 16, 2009 )

jonpenny
That always happens to me :-(. In my jubilee I ignore spelling.

( Posted by: mj20300 [Member] On: December 17, 2009 )





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