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the baker

June 16, 2009
By JaseC GOLD, Granbury, Texas
JaseC GOLD, Granbury, Texas
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the man in the kitchen
puts food on the table
is highly unstable
is only a fable
and used as a label
for those that are unable
to see that he's gone
his plays are unplayable

i walk out to see him
and am sad to find
that i am behind
works of a mastermind
that he twists and winds
the people's minds
and those that claim to see him
are the ones that are blind

girls from here
are true believers
but are taught by deceivers
claimed as receivers
from their two conceivers
"it gets rid of your fever!"
and the ones that say are without life
are the only true breathers

it comes with plans
to be in love with slag
when it's morales they lag
and they sit and drag
over their head a black bag
so dumb they have their own flag
and i try and understand stupidity
but its it that they brag

who knows who they got to write
their little black book
which only took and took
as senseless as gook
that is for ones they are struck
with "and evildoers will cook!"
"but it's so peaceful!" they say
about as good as a crook

it consumes your mind
and tends to rape
and leaves your head agape
over black drapes
and uses thought nape
but covers it with capes
no more fears they promise
held together by tape

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JaseC GOLD said...
on Jul. 10 2009 at 9:13 am
JaseC GOLD, Granbury, Texas
19 articles 0 photos 44 comments
this poem is about christians and how they are all decadent and depraved.