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God’s spirit

A misshapen bird Appears beautiful In carvings found yet Lost for generations In daylight flies Sun burns his wings In agony Mutates into thousands Of humans and Gods Worshipped into extinction But Remains untouched In agony Feeds on the flesh … Continue reading

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Temple … Meditating Peach

 I have been to the temple today My mum is pleased, but Which temple? She asks It has been the temple of A Thousand Gods, then The One God Then the three Gods Then No God! No God resides … Continue reading

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A thought

A thought visits The village of crossed roads At the edge of sanity land A thought visits Unannounced On the back of a breathe Who is breathing in chocking existence. A wiseman sits at the edge Of a volcano counts … Continue reading

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He!

He who seeks power Stands at the gates of hell He will soon realise Power is temporary like the gods. Today may own the temple Tomorrow the temple is a museum Today may be praised by scriptures Tomorrow they are … Continue reading

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