Veil Of Darkness

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This poem was a direct narrative in regards to evil spirits my grandmother in Haiti seems to ramble about coming to pass. Mache nan lafwa (Walk In Faith)

Submitted: May 31, 2018

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VEIL OF DARKNESS

This poem was a direct narrative in regards to evil spirits my grandmother in Haiti seems to ramble about coming to pass

Mache nan lafwa (Walk In Faith)

Veil of darkness

Midnight mind where twisted souls lark

The light of the way dims its wicked pride

Clad in disdain for a sinful ride

Moon dances by spits of fire

Raised flames of immortality its devious desires

Who speaks for tongues so virtuous in deceit

The abomination answered, of a conjured risen beast

Walks upright, horns hidden so serene and so true

Linguistic lines of spells, one must pity the fool

Confectionary words of convincing

Jinn words of numbered mementos, dispensing

In a land way before time, Michael the Arch Angel cast Satan out

Such a beautiful fallen Angel, transformation to grimness from heading south

Earthbound from good to evil, abhorrent spews of its vile mouth

Cherub Angels on land, are known to cringe about

Hold fast and hold on

A promise of serenity sings a unified song 

Glory’s footstool on earth will restore its Kingdom come

Bounds of alliance, shall, and will be won

On earth

Spiritual casting of flames veiled in its cruel fallen birth

From the four corners of practicing discord for a sinful worth

Ashes to ashes, dirt to dirt

As it is in heaven

Look toward the stars, defend your honor of peace with mental treasured weapons

One must be armored in faith, twenty-four seven

 

I hope I did you proud, Grann Kemalia (pronounced Key’ly’a)

 

 


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