Bygones


What say you, destructive memories of the past, to your divine maker,

Whose calloused mind hold firm against your sickly-sweet temptations,

Let your wretched hand fall to waste in vain, for brittle peace prevails

Among these hallowed lands, within these causeways of etched hatred.

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