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Authors Note: I have a couple of new pieces that I'm working on, till then, here's a bit of fun I dusted off from the back shelves of the archives. Enjoy!

A fire is kindled in mine anger
Worming, twisting, liquid
Consuming the earth with its increase

The foundation of the Mountains
Are ablaze with my wrath
Higher and higher my rage dances
It devours and consumes

The pews of the angels are warmed by its touch

I will heap mischief's upon you
I will spend mine arrows on your person
You shall be burnt in the frenzy
With my ire comes your utter destruction

The sword without and the terror within

My fury unchecked
Will scorch the young and old alike
The virgin, and the suckling babe,
The man of gray hair and the fertile woman

I said I would scatter your faith into corners
I would make the remembrance of you
To parish from the world of men

“Why?” you’ll cry in sorrow
“Why has your temper descended?”

“You ate my last piece of pizza!”

'But I don't want to go among mad people,' said Alice. 'Oh, you can't help that,' said the cat. 'We're all mad here.'
Lewis Carroll

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The following comments are for "Righteous Rage "
by HeRoCoMpLeX

Here We Go Again Dave!
Soo good to see us starting to post again Dave...Music to my (eyes) and ears! Haven't written anything new in a I'll have to go back to the archives as well till the juices start flowing. The main thing is....WE'RE POSTING AGAIN!

( Posted by: Beatrice Boyle [Member] On: October 17, 2014 )

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