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Misery of Life in Verse

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10 pages4 minutes

Summary

A brief preface states the intent of the work as a complement to my poem, Joy of Life in Verse. The poem parallels its antecedent in form and mirrors its content from another viewpoint of hopefulness. The Joy poem is more about misery, and the Misery poem more about Joy, ironically. It considers the relationship between man and woman, their sentiments and thoughts from a biblical perspective. We see Whore Babylon (Jezebel) striving with the joy of life sought by men for vanity's sake, greed's sake, vain glory's sake. Satanic conspiracy is the backdrop.

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