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The Great Disgusting Beasts

Poetry By: TWO


Submitted:May 13, 2013    Reads: 3    Comments: 0    Likes: 0   

I can see it.

It closes in.

All around.

A great, disgusting beast that haunts the night.

A great, disgusting beast that rules the day.

I see not it, but they.

The great, disgusting beasts that haunt the night.

The great, disgusting beasts that rule the day.

Savage and blood thirsty, they caust the earth to sway.

Quake in fear the other beasts,

As their teeth are broken by Them.

They know not what they do,

Rather what they want.

Those great, disgusting beasts...

Whose gods are their own guts!

Loathing shall follow them,

Wherever they may go.

And Death will be upon them,

For Death is what they sow!

They reap where they do not sow!

These beasts they are feared by all.

And yet fear all.

They fear and they build their walls.

To keep the truth out.

Though they are great,

There are many who are greater.

The truth is that they are small!

Though they are disgusting,

There are many who are more terrible!

They remain out of sight and they remain hiding.

Until the great and disgusting beasts step into their realm,

Heaven and Hell...


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