|Superstition (standard:poetry, 109 words)|
|Author: Miner49er||Added: Oct 09 2003||Views/Reads: 2298/0||Story vote: 0.00 (0 votes)|
A mystic blue light shines from the distant jungle It is the moon gliding ever upwards toward the heavens Tonight the demons from lost tribes gather on the hillside Darkness creeps into the hollow that is Hawaii Keen eyes scan the forests for any sign of these dark jungle sprites Every man in the village takes up a weapon for the fight Relinquishing their tired eyes, they sleep till dawn Intelligence leads to servitude, then is carried on Nocturnal predators that attack in their dreams Locked onto their scent, tracking down the old mountain trails Superstition may seem to be fantasy But to the superstition, we are the threat Tweet
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