Thursday, June 23, 2011

Jesus' Catch

Jesus' Catch
by Robert Paul Gass (aka Imagines Vinco aka Ultionem Vinco)
The stibine carries antimony soul
to lift disintegrates godly might
As polyglot to speed with king in hole
Explosion life of flesh to lose the sight.
And Jesus' noon to separate the fish
For crowd as net to lead delusion's heir
To demiurge who suffers torture's dish
The back to bend with age of weight as mare.
At night he watches fool recite the Greek
He memorized in den underground
As catacombs conceal the loss of meek
To washing brain with language hearing sound.
And Jesus learned the flawless Greek and spoke
With weight of drains that wear the light with cloak.

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