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1 March 2000 Issue
‘Look How Able Cain Was'

by tapster@mindspring.com

Cruelty has been the norm

look how able Cain was

reaping ancient traits

we untangle a crooked mess

No one feels my misery

my Desiderada for them

sealed in isolation

deep and darkened pens

I am just as much a victim

in this super human plot

gelatin skeleton smears flesh

describes my character, not

What evils sick humanity

wreak cannibalism's awful toll

protect we do innocent heads

over yonder's grassy knoll

We push for social enlightenment

other species replace human slaves

eternity characterizes group ideas

a million beings kiss holy graves

2000 By Diana Moreton.

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