Breaking the Inner Sanctum

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Literary Fiction  |  House: Booksie Classic
The microcosm breaks

Submitted: November 27, 2013

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Our cleansing sword pierces the heart,

Cleaving away the darkness, the sadness.

We alone hold the book to creation,

The right to rule without inhibition.

The filth scattered from their broken world,

Leaving Carcasses floating in the void.

They swarm in their metal dinghies,

Away from our righteous light.

Let them cower in the eternal night.

Burn them all, burn their weak skin,

Cut away every vessel, expose their pathetic kin.

Once they are nothing but meat,

When there is nothing left to beat.

Silence filled every nook and canny

Every file and rank of our Grande Armée

Our torch shone through the darkness,

To be claimed by loneliness

Once more.


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