Treasure Island

Dog goD 8Hate

(Grass Valley, Ca.)

A Rundle Inspired Query


The fervent prayers of ritual
Shall be no more!
The program is set…
Is blasphemy less holy?
What about luscious bouts
Of bawdy splendor; the
"Mongers of ecstatic orgies? "
Is the robber not robbed too?
And Hitler in HIS character, not his…?
What about the assertive Jew and
His terrestrial quest, money…
Is he not Hitler too?
In the end, who is oldest,
Who has turned the soil so red,
Crimson in depths beyond scale?
Who has bled singular falls,
Blood filling oceans beyond beyond?
Who's endured the grisly grappling,
As He, colossal ogre confers
Fatal fate…?
Is your nickel worth more
Than mine...
'Friend? '

Submitted: Monday, September 07, 2009
Edited: Wednesday, September 05, 2012

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