Decree - Poem by Francis Santaquilani
After the beast has been put to death
Seize it's enabler.
She's broken no law.
But deserves worse than death.
She sacrificed her children to the beast
Hoping to transform it into a man.
Seize her, then burn her.
Then burn her again.
Don't scatter her ashes.
Gather every ash and disintegrate
Each one in the coldest water,
Or she'll rise to enable again.
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