Julius Glasthal

Rookie (8/26/90 / New Windsor, NY)

The King's Rule - Poem by Julius Glasthal

Shake free from the bloodcurdling shackles.
The king's selfish rule.
All who disobey shall face the after life faster
than the speed of rumor.
The voices we hear combined to make the
dreadful sounds leading to execution.
The king's selfish rule.
Taking the lives,
of his finished wives.
That after love is lost
and no child was born,
off comes the head bloody and torn.
From their delicate figure, the
beauty possessed from
such hearts, they will be missed.
The king's selfish rule.
Those who hate him, they do fear.
Afraid of his power, afraid of his souless heart.
Those who know that the throne and crown he
keeps. The hail storms feel like a summer
breeze, compared to what they're use to.
To weep is a relief that the king would perish in
the next life.
In the next life shall he face misery is blessed
from the child he could not bare.

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, May 18, 2006

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