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Capital Affairs

It's a serious matter
men on the river discussing
and tasting the revolution

The cavalry comes
to arrest the saint
and imprisons him far away

There is a party in that fort
it's the king's birthday
a girl is dancing

She warms up the men
with her naked belly
and has to do a wish

She does not know what to do
and seeks protection with her mother
who asks the head of the saint

Apart from his body, it is
handed over at night
to his followers who sing

of revolution and stand upright
without the foot of the king
in their backs
Tuesday, March 30, 2021
Topic(s) of this poem: religion
POET'S NOTES ABOUT THE POEM
John the Baptist (Perea, Palestine, in year 29) ; Collection 'From Sacred Scriptures'
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