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Questions of Punishment

By Sheila Woolum All Rights Reserved ©

Poetry / Other

Questions of Punishment

This world is not fair ,
why would you say that
it has portals to the unknown and painful fears,
we all got to walk through those fears,
yeah , but if we don't know where we are going how can one be prepared,
why the gates call your name as blood baths upon the stones, swords of timeless portals, nothing new in this world but fame and fortune promised to those that wait on that,
then why should we wait , how can one have the Mind of God and know the same as the end,
apples and vines,
snakes and vines
apples takes the appearance of the godliness, within its own soul, then why would one want to comfort their own selves, because of the lack of giving upon this earth, something this earth , maybe breed, maybe shall we be without fame, our souls burn to the stakes of time, and we wait upon the clocks of pain,

I would say your right , its the Clocks of timeless portals,

So you steal your time by pretending to Understand,
yes , those that wait will figure it out and some are taken with the Dust of the nature of the shadows, without the balance of knowing,

the breath of life will be stolen without their Permission
well that doesn't seem fair,
Nothing in this Life is fair , but knowing that we have a Mind to know.

I am left with questions, good luck , that will be your Punishment.

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