Hidden agenda's esoteric in nature | Poem

This circular Pyxis or box depicts two scenes. The one shown presents Hermes awarding the golden apple of the Hesperides to Aphrodite, whom he has selected as the most beautiful of the goddesses.[99] The Walters Art Museum.
This circular Pyxis or box depicts two scenes. The one shown presents Hermes awarding the golden apple of the Hesperides to Aphrodite, whom he has selected as the most beautiful of the goddesses.[99] The Walters Art Museum. | Source

Esoteric nature



I hate evil so much

I just need it to die
someone please do me a favor

get rid of this putrid,
where's God at

when you need him most
because things are getting out of control here on earth


and this evil needs to be kicked in the rear end

put to a swift end
Stop the games

quit the bullshit

because its nothing

Evil one



"For I am a spirit, we all are spirits, and if your entity is of the essence of that pure Evil element, it shall be detected and eradicated."

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Deborah Brooks 3 years ago from Brownsville,TX

wow Mike that is one tough poem.. No Kidding.. lol

voted up my friend

sharing

many blessings my friend

Debbie


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CloudExplorer 3 years ago from New York City Author

Hey Debbie thanks for the cool comment, yeah I get tired of all the negative crap streaming around these days, and in life as a whole, I just wish it all to stop.

This poem is my way of releasing my frustration with it all and poetry like this allows me to atleast continue to dream for one day for peace to come to this world both online and off.


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always exploring 3 years ago from Southern Illinois

Chill out Cloud, It's gonna get better....Cheers.


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Isaac White 3 years ago from Welcome to my beautiful world, where magic is no longer a myth.

Wow Man,

Pretty extraordinary poem. kinda angry, sad, but, you have a good point. Evil is never stronger as long as there is hope though. At least in my opinion. nice read. voted up.

I. White


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CloudExplorer 3 years ago from New York City Author

@always exploring, Thank you Ruby it is tough to deal with the fact that so much evil does indeed still exist in this day and age.

I wish it all goes soon, its not something that mixes well with me at all, so I am going to fight it till its raging fires are exstinguished completely and by all spiritual means I have.


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MsDora 3 years ago from The Caribbean

Identify with the frustration to which you give such a powerful, cryptic voice. Good job! P.S. I think we find God in the peace chamber where we surrender the fight.


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CloudExplorer 3 years ago from New York City Author

Thank you @MsDora, yes indeed calling on God for higher assistance is definitely an inward thing, with much needed prayer this world shall revert towards a more balanced and positive based experience for sure.

I hope more folks choose to do so, and I'm going to keep up the good spiritual fight to help bring peace to us all.


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Nellieanna 3 years ago from TEXAS

It's very expressive, Mike! Your frustration is palatable and very understandable.

Each person has only one person to fully enlist in the exercise, promotion, and influence for peace on earth - himself or herself. One can't give in to the exercise of the opposite. We're the vessels & doers - one way or the other - always with the choice, which is most challenging when most needed.


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CloudExplorer 3 years ago from New York City Author

@Nellieanna, thank you my good friend, I felt violated by someone at the time and decided to write this as a form of expressing such an outrage.

Converting my inner most feelings into such a poem actually worked wonders for me, and I no-longer feel angry towards them anymore, it helped me to get rid of such a negative feeling and I channeled it into poetic form. Thanks for reading and for sharing this poem with me.


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Nellieanna 3 years ago from TEXAS

I understand. I've written a few poems to relieve strong emotions myself. And many letters - fortunately, usually unmailed - haha. ;-) Still worked to relieve it. Sure beats breaking priceless china and crystal, which I'm ashamed to say I've done, - when I was 13. That didn't really relieve the pressure. Just made me feel awful, especially that it made Mother cry. (such ugly skeletons we all surely have hidden away!)


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CloudExplorer 3 years ago from New York City Author

Hi there Nellieanna, yes it is my way of writing poetry as expressive as I can, and sometimes its just my way of poring more passion into my words too. Thanks for your cool response and I hope that china wasn't expensive :)


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Nellieanna 3 years ago from TEXAS

Unfortunately, it was. It still haunts my conscience. Mother's hurt feelings were the real damage, though.


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CloudExplorer 3 years ago from New York City Author

I know how you feel Nellieanna, thanks for the response.

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