A Present For The Demon Asmodeus On Halloween Poem by JAMES ROBERTS

A Present For The Demon Asmodeus On Halloween

Rating: 2.9


A present for Asmodeus(the prince of demons) on Halloween


A person with a look that’s proud

And also a lying tongue

Who 'shands have shred innocent blood.

And a pedigree that’s long


They must also have heart that cruel and be wicked wise

Always running fast to make mischief

Bearing false witness and speaking lies

To sow discord amongst mankind

Ignoring its victims cries


Of whom do I speak this Halloween

You’ll not find in a darkened shed

For all the dark and infamous

Are on television instead


Free poem to any body who can guess who I have in mind

If you have doubts about the theology check out proverbs 6!

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Kumarmani Mahakul 23 May 2020

They must also have heart that cruel and be wicked wise. Halloween is celebrated to drag out the devil. This poem is very brilliantly and excellently penned.

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Fay Slimm 08 October 2008

Would not know who you might have in mind in this piece Jim - but could be the politicians or at least some of them.... they have cunning smiles, beckon with their fingers and sometimes their hearts plot mischief! ! You see I checked Proverbs 6 like you suggested! Good poem Jim and a mystery to boot - I liked it. A 10+ from me.

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Lynda Robson 03 October 2008

A very dark piece ready for Halloween, I like the last stanza, made me laugh 10 Lynda xx

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