Harlan Lovestone

Rookie (Detroit, MI)

Wicked Pendulum - Poem by Harlan Lovestone

And the humanity without legs without love
shouted down from a tower above
yell for the hell for the soul that is jailed
in the moonlight as it hits the rails

wicked pendulum
burning tree of moody flight in the night
far far a las to late to escape from the night

humanity never had so much to say
as his words made us all pay

under the shadows of the pendulum knife
wicked pendulum you should feel no urge theres nothing you deserve
say a prayer for every desperate soul that is lonely, sickley and hungry
in the streets of hamlet tonight

you go your way i'll go mine
and who knows what we will find
we haven't anymore time to want

Siesta later lesser than greater
you cannot hold back the tide,
the tiding that come to thine

Goodbye to the evening farewell to another day

wicked pendulum
wicked pendulum chimes
through the night

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, February 23, 2010

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