Mick Burr
Mick Burr

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Welcome to Mick Burr.

                                                             THe Light and the Dark Shadows

 

                                                                              by

 

                                                                      David burr

 

Deep within the bowels of the Earth,

A mystery woman gives birth. 

She learned her lesson from a peculier transgression.

She looked in to her reflection,

And she did not have a single objection.

For her baby was born in a fog.

As a spirit of negativity draws nigh,

She felt the great sensation,

Of an inward realization.

She began to turn the page,

As she gathered a great wisdom in her old age.

Tic Toc goes the clock on the wall,

As she began to turn the page,

She fell from high upon her perch,

As she transfixed her gaze.

The rat and the wheel at the bottom of the cave,

Bowled a strike as she began to ride her bike.

As she began a great contemplation,

She grumbled at her own inward sensation.

She looked at the cave within and without,

As she looked around and began to shout.

It then became clear that she was headed in to total darkness.

Deep within the shadows within,

She saw a wolf that howls.

As her god appeared as the light and dark shadows.

She transfixed her gaze to a fright,

She realized that she was free from the dark shadows,

Much to her delight.

     

                                             end

 

 

                                                                          

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