Tyron Allbright

(West Chadsmoor, Cannock Staffs, UK)

Poverty And Affliction - Poem by Tyron Allbright

Blessed is that torcher stake, dressed in strange disguise
a spiritual sword of affliction, that shapes the sculptured wise
let faith and conviction fight, to hold a straightened line
behold the mysteries of thy sculpture, in a likeness of thine


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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