The Child Of Reason

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The Child Of Reason

Submitted: July 12, 2011

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I was sent for the reason
The hedges of treason do not bother these lands
Its a sheltered oath with great power
Not even knowledge can now tell
The path has been chosen
For history has reawoke to its own call
Of not witchery and dark rituals
But of wisdomous truth hollow shadows can tell
For hope has returned, this hour of man can now repel
The king of northern skys sit's
Upon cold deprived hazels of his throne
His eyes tied with feathers of sympathy
The wanderment of a jackal and a scorn
It is not an epiphany of your noble fingers
These are wet bricks ever colossal and shown
I have eyes which force your love
The end you spoke of willl not be of your credit
But of tales my sight has brought to me
Watch the beginning of these dreams unfold

 


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