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The Curse of the Boneshaker


The Curse of the Boneshaker

Welcome to Machiavelli's Poem, AKA, The Curse of the Boneshaker from The Book of Death: an elegy cursing the corrupt, the respectable sleaze, the bribers, the distortionist, the deceptionist, the social destroyers-disguised-as-social-crusaders-and-protectors, the spiritual reprobates, the inducers, the suborners, the darkly ambitious, the molesters of Constitutions, the destroyers of the world’s beauty and innocence, the philanders, the swingers, the false, ad nauseum. There are dark watchmen of street and state who do not in any way compare with this Watchmen of Souls and Hate. This prodigious and awful general sees evil in souls, can see deep inside to that place of deception; in this being there are great perceptions; he sees darkness in places you would not believe, for by your own mind, you have been deceived. He knows you’d be surprised to learn it is most likely true—that the great evil he loves is also in you. This, a curse for many a bad penny—and of the few it is a blessing for? The Boneshaker grins about that—for the number is not many. Here now is one of the legion of romantic writings set in the Book of Death and writ by he-who-was-once-made-of-light; that dark being named the Boneshaker. Sincerely, The Boneshaker’s Apprentice

  • ISBN: 9780463926604
  • Author: Christopher F. Mills
  • Published: 2018-05-04 00:20:05
  • Words: 1669
The Curse of the Boneshaker The Curse of the Boneshaker