D.G. Cox Poems

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False Religions
Presenting yourself in a a charming light
Disguised as a lady of high virtue,
You spoke of ideals, so lofty and grand,
A doctrine of abstracts, daring and new. "Enhance your ego to enrich your life,
Find contentment in your gullible self,
Turn toward the east, then west, face north and south,
The . . .
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The Picture
The picture is almost complete,
Just a few more strokes of the brush,
Each scene is alive and replete
With colors so vivid and lush. The Artist now stands back to gaze
On effects of shadows and light,
The Master will swiftly appraise
The mural's perfection and might. So graphic, so fine in . . .
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