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Exorcising Ugly

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Wake up

Oh you beast

Come forth you hideous monster

That I may see your beauty

I release you from the stronghold

No longer will I tie you down

It is you

Who birthed the butterflies

It is you

Who has opened your hand

And let them climb brilliantly

Through the columns

Of my soul

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Summoner.

Edited by I believe you
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Summoner.

Lol

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There is something very magical about poems like this. I imagine them to contain power and consider them runes instead of poems.

2. A poem or incantation of mysterious significance, especially a magic charm.

http://www.thefreedictionary.com/_/dict.aspx?word=rune

So what exactly have you summoned. So many types of ugly even some are beneficial, or at least I'd imagine so.

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There is something very magical about poems like this. I imagine them to contain power and consider them runes instead of poems.

2. A poem or incantation of mysterious significance, especially a magic charm.

http://www.thefreedictionary.com/_/dict.aspx?word=rune

So what exactly have you summoned. So many types of ugly even some are beneficial, or at least I'd imagine so.

Yes I am starting to see so as well. I came across the start of a drawing I had done a while back and sketched a little more on it. They are like dreams to me, I don't think about it I just draw. I thought of this poem because the picture had become a dragon that was rising out of a snake in beams of smoke, it was as if he was standing on his head, benefitting from his 'ugliness' so to say. The title that came to mind was "using the devil as a footstool". I can see the relevance to that drawing and this poem.

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