The Disappointment of Jesus Christ

 

 

(Before It’s News)

The Disappointment of Jesus Christ

 

Written by Mel Brake

 

 

On a crisp summer day

 

He did not come in peace.

 

 

The 12 apostles were going to work

 

Left families home to pay Satan his due.

 

Because they could not buy or sell without the Mark of the Beast.

 

 

The gospel was heard on the news media.

 

He apparently was the Anti-Christ because he killed

 

maimed, lied and cheated his way in the government facilities.

 

 

At 8:49 the killing spree began with three guns, the trinity of violence.

 

Thousands fled from the promise land. The New Rome.

 

 

Reports that he was with the Beast and other dominions were

 

unfounded. He acted alone. But they talked inside his head.

 

 

Like Judas Iscariot he misled the apostles into thinking that

 

he was one of them. He walked. He talked. Like them.

 

He had access to their work place. But Satan is a liar.

 

 

On a crisp summer day

 

He did not come in peace.

 

He came in terror.

 

He came in war camouflage.

 

He came to delivery the Last Supper.

About melbrake

Mel Brake is an awarding winning Philadelphia based poet/singer/song writer, whose poetry has appeared in several media outlets and journals, including Philadelphia Poets 2007, 2008 and 2009, Mad Poets Review, Fox Chase Review, and The Philadelphia Bulletin. In addition, Long Island Sounds: An Anthology of Poetry, Writing Outside The Lines (WOSTL) Anthology, Word Riot Magazine, The New Verse News, Word Salad Magazine and Poetry Ink 2010 has published his works. Recently, his band, the Mel Brake Family Band performed a benefit concert at Cross Road Café in Delaware County. He is the Founder and Executive Director of MPW, a non-profit organization, focusing on using the arts to reach children in the Tri-state area. In addition, his first chapbook, “Obama Poetry Project” is available at: MelBrakEpress.blogspot.com.
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