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Condemned by The Mortified: A Forsaken Coffer

Updated on June 7, 2017
A Foresaken Coffer
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Sterile;

Infinite;

Expanse;

Lifeless abode;

Engulfed by fetid air,

A rancid stench

of ancient annihilation.


Prominent, expectant,

Parched of all plasmic cartilage

A scavenged chasm.

Harvested;

Swarmed;

Stripped raw;

to naked repugnance.


Unfathomable depression:

Human scaffolding;

Embodied;

Fused;

Masquerading; mangled clumps.

Amalgamated amidst

the crude crawling earth.


Impregnated debris,

Mundane, ashen ossified matter,

A suppressed desolate abyss:

Obliterated;

Shrouded;

Monstrous;

Deprivation.


Piteous;

Mortifying;

Catacomb;

An eternal macabre crater.

Unredeemed;

Nomadic marrow;

Eradicated to unknown existence.


Candelstine:

A perpetual vacuum,

of mass affliction.

Desolate;

Desert;

Forlorn void;

Unparalleled.


Demonic wraith,

Dormant,

Mid the charcoal fragments

of extinction.

Contrived by mortals,

Condemned by the mortified

A foresaken coffer...















Writer's Note

Death is the equality we all share. And those that use their power (be it money or status) to take lives (be it in solitude or masses) shall one day be nothing more than ossified matter in their eventuality of unfathomable depression in their own forsaken coffer.

Whether God in some form or other exists we may wonder but the devil for sure is alive and walks amongst us.

© 2017 Gabriel Wilson

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      Gabriel Wilson 3 months ago from Madeira, Portugal

      The end of the world will certainly be a lifeless abode, your thoughts are certainly very interesting and actually very accurate too. Thanks for that Peggy.

      A peaceful world would be something to write about. Perhaps one day there will be inspiration to do just that. We can hope.

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      Peggy Woods 3 months ago from Houston, Texas

      Your poem struck me as the end of the world driven by the worst instincts of man. Yes...the devil is surely alive. A peaceful world seems like a distant dream unfortunately.

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      Gabriel Wilson 3 months ago from Madeira, Portugal

      Coming from you Eric, that means a lot. Thanks for reading :) I really appreciate it.

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      Eric Dierker 3 months ago from Spring Valley, CA. U.S.A.

      A very dark place indeed. Well done.

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