Terence G. Craddock (afterglows echoes of starlight)


Reign Of Art Hotel Impolite Proprietress


impolite proprietress
still illusion smiles hides
behind deception hands

achieving little properly completed

impolite proprietress
peace here is stealing taking
stealer of time hearts is taking

brands her husband useless
her victim husband ten times
more than crafty cass does

cass has ego error sown disharmony taught
in her tumbleweed boys no rules no discipline
taught to curse swear their father to disrespect

soul of bitter vile deceit; cannot long peace know
fruits condensed caustic; sarcasm in dung will grow
karma gracious or ill intent; in time all must sow

but what has empress lady; cass lazy not taught
her supposed home schooled; boys are not taught
deliberate choice illiteracy; is a crime rarely bought

hurricane storm time gathers on cass horizons
quake tsunami karma waves will sow error chaos
wisdom weaves peace fools weave strife destinies

Submitted: Thursday, August 07, 2014

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Copyright © Terence George Craddock
Written in July&August 2014 on the 26.7.2014&4.8.2014.

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