Evil - Poem by joseph shultz
When we jumped you said don’t let me fall.
But I looked beyond your eyes and saw what it is you see.
Fear is just a tool of the strong,
to prey on the weak. But can you feel the wind blowing in the trees;
all of the creatures dancing in the breeze.
The storm has caused a shipwreck,
but the captain fears so he leaves.
Business men working on a farm, dream of acquiring currency.
But the working man holds all the secret secrets of being on Wall Street. He sold a vessel that flies through the sea,
but that will never truly be.
The vegetarian butcher cuts much then animal meat.
His carnivorous customers are his most tastiest treat.
And all these evil beings meet together to discuss their victory.
They put together the worst works that this world has ever seen.
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