Joseph Narusiewicz

Gold Star - 6,549 Points (9/29/50 / So St Paul, Minnesota)

Angels War - Poem by Joseph Narusiewicz

Forest of dark labyrinth hides
Sighs of twisted olive trees rise
Spanish dungeons filled with devils
She time travels into eternity
Her ragged doll filled with blood
Peasant mother killed by dark riders
Talk too spirits in the forest
Saints without decomposed bodies
Divine kings oppress the masses
Secular man shall shine like heaven
Spinoza, Kant, Hegel, Nietzsche, Marx
Revolutions burning with nihilism
We are the insane offspring of confusion
Welcome to causes to politics and sides
Horned creatures with mauve eyes
Dreams where fairies anoint hope

Mirrors that lead too oblivion
Mercantile visions where fire dances
Starfish red as Jupiter’s angels
Rest in symbols under the glaciers
Run for placid pools of azure innocents
Purple passion fights yellow dwarfs
Sunken ships where ghosts swim
Islands of umbilical incest of non-being
Captains as cruel as torture
Carry out orders of totalitarian worship
State religions with symbols of destiny
Crush the pirates of never never join leaders
Franco, Stalin, Hitler join the denizens
Progress of a perfect union
Utopian knights riding for a fall

Democracy brings capitalism
Freedom to be rich and oppress
Some prosper some get the boot
The third world is stepped on
Train national guards for corporations
Governments set up for profit and trade
Imperialism reigns and prospers
Puppet slave states of peasants
Hawaiian shirts amidst the scorpions
All governments of men are corrupt
We are invaded by strange evil
There is an element here not in the physical
The world is a spiritual place
The world is a battleground
I see a story of good verses evil
We are in the middle with choice

The Angels war


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Poem Submitted: Sunday, December 11, 2011



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