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Re-calibrate thy Mind.

By AreithePeridotDragon All Rights Reserved ©

Poetry

Re-calibrate thy Mind.

Re-calibrate thy Mind.

Wisdom can come at a heavy price,
And many give in to immoral vice.
Strength of Will can keep you whole,
When intolerance of others can break the soul.

Open thy mind to your fellow beings,
Before the bell of Chtulu rings.
Destruction and Madness is his domain,
Fire and brimstone. Caustic rain.

Silence, that cold parasite, breeds swift.
Worse yet Bigotry, who casts all adrift.
So speak up, those filled with Benevolance’s Light.
Aid your fellows afflicted by the Twin’s Blight.

The key to Hope is in thy Dreams,
The Power of Tolerance to restore the seams,
Of frayed and tattered souls aplenty.
So share thy Knowledge, oh ye Cognoscenti.

For through your words of Forberance,
Can Life’s Shadows be walked with assurance,
That whilst the Light can burn and Darkness blind,
We need not by Chthulu’s Children be confined.

Wisdom can come at a heavy price,
And many give in instead to immoral vice.
Thy Strength of Will can keep ye whole,
Whilst intolerance of others can break thy soul.

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