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His Accuser
by Stephen Watson
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  Her blood splattered chiffon gown is thrown
At his lacerated face; a reminder of foolish
Lust. A relic of a tryst too far.

She approaches his severed torso;
Cut to the bone by a savage sword of sorcery,
Wielded by the torturer in chief of this realm.

His death's scream echoes through the ages;
Yet another naïve male victim of this succubus
As she rips his soul from its rotting corpse;

A gift for her father to enjoy at his leisure.

All this for a love affair with this angel, who
Dazzled his senses with deceptive charm, grace
And other-worldly beauty; a girl which the
Kingdom of Heaven itself would fall for;

If only this daughter of Satan could gain entry.
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February 13, 2013
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