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Reuth Dekel

"Guilt" by Reuth Dekel

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This poem is about a good friend of mine and his encounter with black magick
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You spoke of five,
Five in a round
Only you have survived
No bodies were found.

In the city of sins
You live in fault.
Until fate grins
Hints you to halt

In the underground and hence,
In the core of the grace,
I saw Satan's presence
In your guilty face.

Let the festivity begin,
And let me look in your eyes
You did not sin,
But I have an advise:

You are not a killer,
Not even close.
But you are my pillar
In the world of ghosts.

Come out anew,
Let us both thrive
Thanks to you,
I am finally alive.

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30 Jan 200545 Eric Rajaonarivelo
Wow ! So cool man... I'm fond of underground ! Great piece !
17 Oct 2005:-) Larry N. Morris
Very good poem. They make my attempts at poetry seen weak. Nicely done.
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 • Created by: :-) Reuth Dekel
 • Copyright: ©Reuth Dekel. All rights reserved!

 • Keywords: Eyes, Satan, Sins
 • Categories: Demons, Imps, Devils, Beholders..., Ghosts, Ghouls, Aparitions, Romance, Emotion, Love
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