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The Devil's Last Thought

Updated on February 5, 2015

Last Thoughts,
that ran through the devil’s mind,
was the treatment of Mankind,
he fed on fantasies of sexual aberrance,
poisoned the appearance of homosexuality,
praised cannibalism,
he fed on violence,
and he fueled psychopathic minds,
he induced rapes, of every kind,
he glorified robberies,
and preached suicides, loved fratricides,
and encouraged matricides,
as he bred homicides,
he beats young girls with lead pipes,
and cheats boys, of all types,
some out of their manhood,
others, only because he could,
he was the grim reaper of common man,
as he created sin across the land,
hatred and ugliness goes hand and hand,
but the last thing he wanted God to give him,
was the last thing all man want,
so their life losses could be their life wins,
it was forgiveness of all his sins.




© 2011 Frank Atanacio

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      Frank Atanacio 4 years ago from Shelton

      thanks for reading shygirl and Marlin55 :) Frank

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      Frank Atanacio 5 years ago from Shelton

      VG you're the best goodnight my friend :)

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      Vinaya Ghimire 5 years ago from Nepal

      Maybe this is not good to read at this time, it is two minutes past midnight, but I selected this as my last reading.

      Good work Frank.

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      Marlin 55 6 years ago from USA

      Wow Frank, the ending was beautiful and it makes me think that I should be like this at all times--forgiving and just letting go. Great hub!

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      shygirl2 6 years ago

      A different view of the evil doer. I liked it...its good to read other's views on things that might not be as pleasant to think about. Kind of sad too...as he will probably never be forgiven, huh?