Fast the falling vestibule encases
holy real tributes to the gods
foreclosing on shoddily built odds
spoken with a warrior's tongue.
Adore the young.
Praise what they say, the day will come.
Surpassed by the mighty clock
wreaks havoc upon the watchers of time.
Unshaken and shook by the passage of time.
Mine is unyielding.
Unfeeling the hands count the days,
placid, seeming to withdraw.
Hurting like the minds of the stags upon the mindful of the deeds
of the unwanted.
Just a test, lonesome testing of the tested.
Weakened state integrates unto the few
who knew a perfect poised point of view.
Waged war develops its crew.
Waged war adapts for few.
Shards, ever poignant, splintered
react in places not trespassed.
The words the only things that last.
Trespass here, sweet villain, dared.
Make amendments with your past before your passed amendments make you.
pieces of the agonizing pie break bread
with the wonder of why.
Make torment preach to its preachers.
Make the last of our kind beseech her,
our God, the mother in us all.
Forgive the unforgiving.
Lose humane fierce piece of love.
A poet, a shelter above.
The rest awaits the dread.
Drink the sweet labour of love. Drink the prize.
Plaster the commonwealth, love the poor.
Ache for the soul of mankind.
Lowly breaking apart of the man,
the woman, the art.
Makes a stage of the heart.
Winsome thoroughfare takes hold.
Speak, that which is speaking of the making of me.
Magnificent shielding of me.
Rake the drawings of the waste.
Beautiful wicked emperor and love the chaste.
Tiresome and lost
the state acquires life.
Just hold a perfect pose.
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