Carsten Thomsen


God and Dante


God and Dante
must have forgotten
the slightly
inconvenient
10th level
of Hell
of being stuck
in a massage parlor
beset by
and
surrounded by 5 inches
of heavy
Biblical flood
precipitation
with only half
a bottle of whisky
and 6 bored
masseuses

But God
proclaiming to be
God
and good
and Dante
a none fictional
great writer
and thinker
I’m sure there is
a reason
for it all
and for now
I go through
this Hell
willingly
and
somewhat
satisfied

Submitted: Monday, September 16, 2013
Edited: Saturday, September 28, 2013

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