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    dots Submission Name: Trivium of Triviadots
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    Author: col13x
    Elite Ratio:    2.26 - 119/300/559
    Words: 155
    Class/Type: Poetry/Betrayal
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    dotsTrivium of Triviadots
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    Trivium of Trivia


    The birth of hate
    From the very heart of love
    So kicked and defiled
    By innocence

    And in this sickness
    Lays so broken
    Scorned by faith
    And reviled by forgiveness

    And so to such a banner is nailed
    The wooden cross
    Despicable, seditious in the twisted knot
    Of merciless God

    To leave with out compassion
    And descend to the guttural malevolence
    Where wounded animals
    Bleed their enmity

    To make a demon of an angel
    That stood so battered
    And the formidable power and hosts of heaven
    Chose not to save them

    The world does not forgive them
    The world knows nothing of them
    Or how their innocence was broken
    All the silent and lonely children

    But leave them in the inconsequent fear
    The trivia of Jehovah’s rape
    To be the birth of hate
    From the very heart of love






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