Sin's Biography - Poem by Cody Maxie
Invisible but evil, infinite like wind,
Who else but that vexation, known as sin.
Playing the role of the devil's twin,
Aggrandizing apathy, blacker than night.
Appreciation it finds of all things gruesome,
Besotted by misery, especially in a twosome.
Dare you ever feed it a single crumb,
This beast will plunge you into an unwinnable fight.
To defeat this fiend, fulfill my plea,
Implement all things saintly, giving God glee.
He will alleviate the burden of sin from thee,
Immersing you in good, revealing the light.
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