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Thinking about San Bernardino at Ch
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Thinking About San Bernardino at Christmas


 


Savagery lurks beneath facades,


Naked angst with clothes,


Enmity stalks, thirsty, craving


Jugular exposed.


 


Modern jungle thrives beneath


Placid, rippling days,


Fangs forever ready,


Sharpened, glistening, splayed.


 


Camoed twisted ideologue,


Unnoticed 'til too late,


Explodes...naught left but carnage,


Questions, drenched precocious graves.


 


Child of God, in Whom you trust,


Be sober in your cheer,


Peace on Earth, eventually, yes,


But Hark!...there's Evil here. 


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Submitted: Sunday, December 6, 2015

Last Updated: Sunday, December 6, 2015

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