Love's Deceit

From the ashes of my life eyes flung open wide
There my Judas I espied.
He lay there sighing by my side.
Planting Kisses on my face.
My rapt devotion his conquest.
He rising there above my still and lifeless form; death implants within my breast.
Raven hair and pearly smile adorn, social graces flawless, not forlorn.
Eyes flung open wide.
There my Judas I espied.
He cupped my breast within his hand
Oh could I remove from sinking
sand.
Where Judas' kisses tell of love divine.
The winds of providence so sublime.
Deceit doth to agony incline.,

by Esther McCallister

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