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Sep 2014
What makes of treachery if by demons unseen?
For one unyielding man to see but a single glimpse,
Shall inevitably yield thy lingering mind unclean,
As if then shall cunningly stroll upon 'tis minx,
And let's the invisible hand of Christ intervene.
Aye, aye - for Geminis speak not of the wrong,
Which by demons who shall harbor 'neath his mask,
And hinders unspoken lips 'pon what desires long,
Then may wanders come forth and faithfully ask -
But as demons unseen - hath he been fine all along.
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Jay M Wong
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