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Here Again
by Stephen Watson
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Here again, I'm imprisoned
In this cell of misery's making,
Where icy tendrils of fear grasp at
My fitful mind; probing into the deep
Recesses of my corporeal being.

Searching for that last refuge within;
The final bastion against evil's
Relentless, cold onslaughts.

But this bastion will not be breached;
It is immortal and ethereal

And exists apart.

It vaporises the cold darkness
With one brush of its luminous cloak.

My soul --

Cannot be corrupted by Lucifer's
Minions from the nether regions;

Its light will never be dimmed.

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September 14, 2018
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