The Fire That Consumes You

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Other  |  House: Booksie Classic
I doubt any body will like this one but I dont care I like it. Its about a man who " fixes " what he thinks is the mistakes of the legal courts

Submitted: March 18, 2007

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Look in my eyes

For I am your judge

All the crimes once commited

With a smile and some sweat

will now cost you all

For it is what I say

why you protest is beyond me

I have no soul

If I do it's black as night

I run no impartial court

There is no jury

The only ones here you have hurt

Your last plea of innocense goes something like this

" I was aquited of those crimes so why am I here!! "

I reply with a grin

" That court was courupted with mercy

Mine of that is quite clear "

With a flick of my wrist your tied to a stake

I throw a torch at your feet

You are soon ablaze

I say as you burn

" At god's court my you find mercy

For he is not a gentle as I once you die "

After your dead I walk away to catch the next

There is much work for me to correct those mistakes made by the courts of democracy

And others to will fall at the same fire that consumes you


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