Disobedience
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Daffodil doesn't bloom in this spring, as all plants die from Rain. Lighting strikes from the earth to the sky, and Lunar ablaze upon man shines.

Disobedience

Daffodil doesn't bloom in this spring, as all plants die from Rain.

Lighting strikes from the earth to the sky, and Lunar ablaze upon man shines.

Cats scurry away from a destitute mouse; a Whale flies with its mighty wings,

Then a cattle who learned human language shouts in mourning,

"Offended was our forest nymphs in thy mission

to deplete the earth of Wood Thrushes who sang daily, of the spring that cleanses our soil;

And in every self-importance of thee, whereby fruits fell from glory, Nature from her throne.

So Darkness took over them in agonizing contempt.

They went to report the Lord in fear, for thy offense was so severe."

Then one day the Sun consumes itself, in surprise the Moon flinches and explodes,

Thus sprung the new moonlight that kills and corrodes.

Skeletons rise from their graves; dancing with The Pope and Cardinals.

A nun reveals her voluptuous flesh to the praying pilgrim, craving new scandals.

Bread becomes inedibly poisonous. Fresh water makes men after children lust.

Plants now have legs, arms, and souls; and with man they are not generous.

Leaves become harder than steel and cement. Cities fall into a sorry decadence.

The dam could not hold, so the earth was flooded in a damned torment.

"Now make amends with your Creator, or else suffer from his will. Tread away from the earth's torture;

Disobedience kills."

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