The house of the Unseen

May 28, 2011
By vergil23 BRONZE, Cape Town, Other
vergil23 BRONZE, Cape Town, Other
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Favorite Quote:
''Reality is open to perception, thus it is undefined and ultimately imaginery''

The house of the Unseen
becomes more irrelavent with each passing unyielding day,
the pews are filled ith empty sanctimonious lies
of ''remoresefully'' repeated sinister deads
and the attending of mass by the immoral
masses, a ceremonial duty.

A gathering of hypocrites
and beguiling masqueraders alike
-and the preacher himself as corrupt
as his antagonist plight:
religion regarded as a substitute for
integrity, morality and conscious courtesy;
and confeddion trawls allowed only blurry
privileged glimpses into sins life.

The cross itself filled empty with a people;
And the people filled full with empty.

The author's comments:
To any who read this poem, i do not intend to disrespect your religion in anyway, the message of the poem is a sweeping statement that is generalizing as i know of many who truely follow their religions pure message.

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