By Ashford Peters
Society crumbles around marble towers; morality low as crimes skyrocket against the politician’s plummeting dreams to build another city of vanity.
Crimes of passion rooted in flower gardens
consume the innocence of youth as veteran legislators with lavished smiles challenge marriage vows.
Enriched preachers robed in borrowed vestment undress the fruitful congregations
to feast on blooming bosoms from pulpits
with spirited influence.
A man’s shadow is now his worst enemy, and fear his deep companion, wandering through the debacle of society in search of life..