Author: t. Hudson PM
A horribly difficult assignment to write three lines each of iambic, trochaic, anapestic, and dactylic pentameter. I made it a single poem.Rated: Fiction T - English - Poetry - Words: 111 - Published: 03-24-06 - id: 2139678
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Upon an altar-bed,
consumed in flame,
The sacrificial object of desire
Lay writhing in a sweat, subdued and lame.
Burning, fierce, and
vicious priestly power,
Shedding holy blood to feed hellfire–
Fueling flames of passion with a flower.
So the innocent dream,
interrupted by pain and a kiss,
Was so easily woken from. 'Pain!' cryeth Pride with a tear,
'And to Hell with your providence!– Hell! If it be, it's remiss.'
God, ravaged also by
lust, felt the sting of that anapest:
If it be! Who approved this? Is it possible? Everywhere
He which allows good or evil unchecked is called damnédest.
God– Does– Not– Watch– Idly.