Works of Devils

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Running through bodies

like those rapid diseases.

Forcing yourself through with ease.

Trying to drown addicts from within.

From one day to another you plan.

Ready to sneak back with greasy hands.

Victims left scattered in different directions.

Only left to pray God would be their protection.

Some how those dirty tricks

find ways to push us against bricks.

Made us unsure of  saving.

Claiming our very sanity and mental clarity.

Somehow our faith helps us claim victory.

In the fight you hold no sympathy.

Failing to realize destruction creates character.

So from your fruitless eradication

we gain glory and give thanks.

Setting you back and us up.

Our failures are won’t be mistakes.

Taylor Moses is a Freshman Broadcast/Mass Communications major from Chicago, Illinois. She is a member of the Mass Communications Club and the Honor Student Organization. She will be a contributor to The Campus Chronicle for the 2016-2017 school semester.

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