Defying The Devil - Poem by Alexandra Hirceaga
Gold is the flower of virtue,
A moral garden of innocent values
Untied by free will and glorious thoughts.
- You shall not live among us,
The sin and serpents tightened in our hearts.
And no devil shall last,
On the verge of our immortal sleep,
When our consciousness will lastly rise.
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