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Angels’ Descent From Grace

Angel removed from first estate:
Nephilim's doom congregates;
Redemption pours toward chasm

If one so fair should buy my life,
To hand my heart, cut by my knife;
I tread this plane, phantasm

Your dominion is fanned pennon:
Gray pluming all consuming;

My lust, your fuel for unholy spasm
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Friday, April 25, 2014
Topic(s) of this poem: demons
POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
This is a chronicle in tercets, encapsulating the Biblical concept of Fallen Angels (Demons: It is an embellishment to add wings.) Only in Revelation,4: 8 are heavenly beings represented as having wings: not anything like Human form, having six wings. Angels, when not in their glorified state, are indistinguishable from humans… (You really don’t want to meet any Demons.)
In Genesis 6: 1-5 is the introduction to the ‘fallen ones’ who were the hybrid race called Nephilim, born of rebel angels (demons) and human genetics. This tryst gave rise to giants and the ensuing judgment of the worldwide flood. The offspring survivors may be what we refer to as Yeti, Bigfoot, etc. My story is poetic, but not entirely accurate…
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COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Yash Shinde 26 April 2014

This poetic tale is beautifully enriched with imagery, you really modified bible and presented the legend in form of a poem....... 'I invite you to read my poem-to bosom thee I'll rise, do share your views in comments.

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