Mary Angela Nangini

(Brampton, Ontario, Canada)

The Trick Of Illusion - Poem by Mary Angela Nangini

like the bite on the apple delicious juicy temptation mouth-watering succulent delicacy a treat until the rot stench hits then you know it's bad and you've been had The trick of illusion? It's the inner hidden core of deception covered over by the outer cosmetic of enticement!


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, January 2, 2003



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