Devil's Deeds Poem by Kye Kurion

Devil's Deeds



Sometimes I wonder,
How a devil must feel.
Up on his throne,
With all right to be dark.
His blood must boil,
Pumping threw his heart of stone.
All will stare,
And not even know,
Behind his angel eyes,
Is the light's greatest foe.
He is a trickster,
Who will steal young hearts.
He is a monarch,
Who will send me to dark.
Quiet and peaceful,
He will stay.
He's just waiting,
To ruin my angel,
So we can play.

COMMENTS OF THE POEM
Aisha Love 26 April 2008

beautiful in a weird way but has a deep meaning to it

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Matt Johnston 19 April 2008

I like the idea of a devil wanting to ruin your guardian angel so he can play with you. So thumbs up from me.

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Maura Hunt 13 March 2008

Pretty. Such a beautiful peice.

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