Eye tells hand where to point
The cursor, open file, and read
This is the story of a certain one
Who did nothing but type away
In all the days, the words add up
Millions and millions, hard drive
Almost totally full with only words
Stories, poems, prose, and speech
What are the lessons that this one
Poor soul was trying to teach
The outside world was too far away
To reach with her message
Who would have listened anyway?
For they would comprehend so little
Or nothing of what she had to say
The world, she said, too busy in play
Worshipping the Devil and feeding
His demons their souls and hearts
Such harsh words to vilify human-kind
They were the words of an, indeed
Unpublished novelist, who seriously
Was writing a story, not of course,
Speaking in literal terms, we would
Like to believe that to be true
We can't be sure, it's up to you
To read, and interpret, its truths
by Richard Rowell, Write W.A.V.E. Media Staff
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