Frank James Ryan Jr...FjR

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Point of Submission [Deictic Conclusions]


You obfuscate these event's as if somehow
You have been given pontiffical judgement

Might I ask what your viral arrogance costs
Or be it host to the hell-beast..... Leviathan

Perfidation.... is the inevitable consequence
When Sun touches down.....for its epilogue
You suddenly realize....Science had it wrong

And looking up....from your dark black hole
All you see is space an' for the very first time
You wonder what or Who- made this happen

Arrogance an'obfuscation no longer sequitur
Judgement now becomes you.....and so I ask

What you think it will cost...to save your Soul
After, once......you've 'Crossed over Rubicon'

More than catharsis to earn yo'r Redemption
More than a plea......to secure your Salvation
Nothing less....than your point of Submission



© Frank James. Ryan, Jr.
2013 All rights reserved

Submitted: Monday, December 22, 2014

Topic of this poem: dark


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