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The Goblet Of Odin

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The Goblet of Odin privileged to the House of Lucifer
The Renaissance man first enters his castle with a flaming sword
Crafty Satan speaks softly, in the eyes of his opposer
Beaming with his jewels for eyes, 'To me you bore'

The Renaissance man falls into a pit of deep despair
Cornered between sin and grief
He cries out to the polymath, 'Free thinker, beware! '
But, the inventor stands in disbelief

The inventor creeps into Satan's palace
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Jonathan Ross 20 April 2012

To Dave Walker: Thanks! Check out my other stuff, if you'd desire.

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Dave Walker 20 April 2012

A really great poem, really like it. a great poem.

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