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The Eye of the Devil

Look away, look away!
Don't peer into the eyes of the devil.
You'll be mesmerized, you'll be
tranquilized, you'll be trapped into
the sins of temptation, greed and
damnation.

His promise is false, his logic is flawed,
his love is  hate. He has but one burning
desire… to take you with him through his
hell fire. There the pain will be inhuman.

Look away, look away!
For if you peer into the eyes of the devil,
evil will befall you throughout eternity.

Sing not of his praises, drink not of his
brew, accept not his golden offer for he
is the devil. If we are not vigilant he will
be the ruination of humanity too.

He comes in many guises, but you will know him,
for he has the evil eyes of utter deceit, burning,
piercing and hypnotically inviting.

Beware, beware! For he, my friend lurks everywhere!


Jackie R. Kays
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