The Nights of Biville

December 12, 2008
By Peter Beck, Cedar Creek, TX

The cats of Biville
mew
and the bell of Biville
chimes
and the snow of Biville
falls
but the sun of Biville
sets
and the children of Biville
return
and the food of Biville
smokes
and the night of Biville
comes
and the Princes of Biville
[b]lurk[/b]
and the men of Biville
hide.

The author's comments:
Nights of Biville is written to be omnious and ambigious. The Princes of Biville can be anything, from wolves to gangsters; Someone always rules the night.

Though it is not stated, it is obvious that the sun will rise and the banal serenity of Biville, pernounced, Buh-Veel, will return.

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