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Author Name: FreeLordofShadows 2 Comments
Date Added: October 11, 2006 02:10:53 Average Score: (Needs 2)
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Soul Wager

One cool summer night

I was sitting on my front porch

With an ice tea and a good book

I was minding my own business

When the two warring spiritual beings

Decided to come and visit

At the same time no less


I put down my book

As I reckoned I wouldn’t find peace

I sighed and sipped my warming tea

I just had to ask the question

“You two look like fighting tom cats

Calm down and tell what ye want of me”


It was a silly sight to view

A mortal playing moderator

For God and Satan

But when they finally got their act together

The set on selling their sides to me

I’ll never know what warranted me

For such an oh so personal visit


It seems I’m the subject of a wager

To see who scores my soul

Each one had a pitch

Something they thought would seal the deal


Satan began the bidding

Smiling that charming grin

Such a smooth operator

Could almost get a nun out of her robe


He offered me a thousand women

All wearing catgirl outfits in all different styles

He’d even throw in a book

Called 2000 ways to please a catgirl and your stick


My, oh, my did that devil know my weakness

So sweet that offer did sound

To these poor lonely ears

How’d he know I was hotter than a female dog in heat?!


Well, the Being in white could not stand quietly by

While it seemed he’d loose the bet

He said that while Red boy could offer temporary pleasure

The joy I’d receive in his kingdom would last eternally

He put his cards upon the table

Offering me an angel consort (who knew more ways to please a man than just in his pants)

My own world to rule as I saw fit

An eternity with Japanese anime and plenty of time to write my books


Now ol’fork butt knew he was licked

For steam was coming out his ears

He cried foul by God

Offering me more in one round

It just wasn’t fair


To this the Golden One replied

That’s the perk of being Divine!


They turned to me for the final verdict

It seemed the world hung by my word

The balance would fall in favor of the side I chose


I made my choice

The deal is sealed in blood

My reward will come

With the passing of this earthly chamber

Author's Notes:
Sorta funny, little religious, little blasphemous.......God must be rolling in the alley........i i smell sulfur?
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Comment By: FreeTiffany on October 11, 2006 07:39:02 PM Report
wow very nice you really give meaning to these that you write! nice write me liked it!
Comment By: FreeLeonard Wilson on October 11, 2006 08:48:59 AM Report
God created a sense of  humor. In fact, I often hear him laughing behind my back, so I know he has one..They got you for their moderator because of the experience you've gained on this site..This is true free form poetry, by the way..It has a flow and you didn't abitrarily chop up sentences to appear as a powem..Nicely written, little buddy..One weak point you should round file, in my abrasive and not in good taste opinion..


"Offering me an angel consort
(who knew more ways to please a man than just in his pants) I would blast this awkward line right out of your fune write..Yer pal, len


From thaat it seems the angel knows how to please in your pants, but knows more


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