Verse 23: Anew

Verse 23: Anew

A Chapter by Glen Yumang Manese



Anew

 

Shall I fall from grace out of loving you?

My vows to you no longer have value.

False pretenses of affection exalt all ties.

Confession exit words from my truth.

Remember no more this day.

Ills away are these pains forever.

Innocence conveys guilty pleasures.

Perpetuating is a salty sea.

Shedding is serpent’s skin.

Vatican is my faith calling out a plea of mercy.

Purge soul that truth is my path.

Prevarication stands not lies cornered to recede.

In giving, is a renewal acceptance to my truer actions?

Verification seals my beliefs.

Clarification to know my mistakes are not bound.

Turmoil is no longer.

I stand before you to cleanse away sin.

My memory has served denial.

Duty falters not an entrance welcoming anew.



© 2016 Glen Yumang Manese



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Glen Yumang Manese
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Me in a nutshell: I am currently, done with my first book of verses: The Onyx - Vena Amoris. Friesen Press finished in December and is out for release before the holidays at the end of the year 20.. more..

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