Ray Lucero

Francis Bacon’s “new Atlantis” - Poem by Ray Lucero

Freemason Bacon claimed then colonized
A “Great land” far across a vast blue ocean
Natives residents were killed or brutalized
Anytime the armed invaders got the notion

“The Founding Fathers” were mostly Masons’
Franklin, Washington, Revere and many more
Who donned “G” aprons n’ forged a Nation
While spilling Native blood on seeds of war

United States has a long, violent history
Wars, police actions, invasions n’ the like
Why citizens are blind remains a mystery
Is it due to good planning by Albert Pike?

“Evil eventually befalls all evil-doers”
For sinful crimes against their fellows
Satan begins to sharpen meat skewers
Demons start pumping black bellows

“The Scale of justice” leaves no-thing to chance
Cosmic Law always prevails over happenstance


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 29, 2010

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