Commentary and Philosophy Poetry posted August 24, 2006

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5-7-5. Short-lived dark pleasure or long-lived white joy?

O Evils!

by Alcreator Litt Dear

If they ever taste white joy, the long-lasting state of serene bliss pleasure!

Happy with short-lived
Dark, illusive, black pleasure?
If tasted white joy!


This has 5-7-5 syllables, in my own style, this is dedicated to Humanity

For clarity, I mention, I wish to convey: Happy with short-lived black, allusive, dark pleasures? If you ever tasted long-lived happiness with white joy where:

Black means and refers to words: amoral, depressing, devastating, dreadful, fatal, grimy, harmful, immoral, impious, ironic, irreligious, morbid, nefarious, pessimistic, skanky, sour, stained, unfortunate, unrighteous, vicious, villainous, weird

Dark means and refers to words: abstruse, atrocious, cryptic, damnable, dusky, forbidding, foul, grey, hellish, infamous, infernal, mysterious, mystic, nefarious, occult, ominous, puzzling, satanic, secret, shadowy, sinful, vile, wicked

White means opposite to the words black, illusive, dark

Enjoy, thanks for reading and writing original reviews

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