"I cleave the heavens, and soar to the infinite. What others see from afar, I leave far behind me." Giordano Bruno (1548 – February 17, 1600)

Saturday, April 26, 2014

Ode of the Two-faced Monster

Ode of the Two-faced Monster

Hark! Ness perfidiously glides from the new world’s shore
That false gem behind Peter’s counterfeit gates of gold
Traverses for another not so serendipitous rendezvous.
Two-faced audaciously vain painted from top to floor
Selfish and perfidious in abandonment of kith and kin
Deaf to loyalties laments and heart’s tears hidden in mist.
In a place renowned as the old continent’s city of amour
Savouring further a succulent two-faced plan so bold
She connivingly travels to be with her Gallian paramour
Indulging again so blatantly in well planned salacious sin
With plots to lay of envisaged trysts on new world’s shore
Hidden behind convenient frequently bloomed assemblies
Ness glides on preaching of known union’s eternal evermore.

© W. Heron, 2014

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