Treasure Island

christopher veremu


Heavens' Revenge


In blessed muted deep silence
Not one single word nary slight
Devoid of sick whimper's plight
Invisible steam train much light
Journeys further up rather high

Past pregnant clouds formed right
Sucking dewy dues from earthy life
Debt so settled even more quietly
This circle's birth older than time
Menfok best of beasts do realise

Futility taking on incoming fight
Pitifully cowed dare they try defy
High heavens known royally right
Hasten blue sky darken into night
Anger roundly palpable roars afire

Thundering hooves of bothered giant
Shakes burnt earth with tortured ire
Lightning torches the heavens alight
God's tears gush forth a torrent blight
Drowning all shattering earthly delight

Pouring cold damp wrath on man's pride
Affirming past prophecy rooted so right
Earth created in seven days and nights
At beginning came word first then life
At end word does command poor earh die

Submitted: Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, March 12, 2013

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