An ode to Nemesis
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vanitysmurf
vanitysmurf 11year-old weirdo poet
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my last poem

An ode to Nemesis

Blossoms of evil fall once again This night still a ' vengeful displeasure' Grim as a pack of vultures;stride Resembling the vibes of clouded eyes

Never see,hear,or smell,but do praise The one who holds the punished at hand Scratched flesh that marks her gaze- Upon an act of pure hatred

She will call thou but regret trusting thee Holder of rage uncontrolled Earth remains a servant unfaithful Scarring the edges of her undying soul

Earth remains a servant unfaithful Scarring the edges of her undying soul But temples may rise; Yes,temples may rise And soon thy spirit shall be an undying whole

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