Angels and Devils of Eden

We created a garden out of poets

placed letters to sprout words and sentences.

Each poet wrote with fervour and conviction

one said he saw angels in his sleep,

another claimed to be a devil in torment,

a woman came by and said she rhymes her poems.

Most mocked the poet who kept to himself

and claimed to escape his prison

to create a sanctuary.

They felt his talent threatened the crop

they wanted him out, exiled

but no matter how hard they tried

to kill his psyche

he always sprouted a new poem

that left them envious for his fall.

Plot and scheme. Point fingers at him.

Until their sheet of lies became

truth. They convinced themselves

of their deceit. But the poet found

a fresh crop of poets in a hidden garden

where they  planted words

and treated them as jewels.

The others possessed one object

that the poet could never hold. It was hidden

under their crops, it gave them fuel

it whispered secrets, it fed them poison

to continue their decent into killing a soul

with no water. The poet knew where the

snake lived, but he never gave it

ammunition nor guns. He fought his own

demons instead.

The battle never ends with angels and devils

of Eden.

The poet keeps on writing.




  1. sirensong1208 · January 24, 2016

    Fantastic once again! And speaks so eloquently to a malevolence becoming prevalent in social media. Bravo.

    Liked by 3 people

  2. Eric · January 24, 2016

    I agree with Siren!! This is fantastic, Poetess. And it speaks about the sad reality I see when some poets tear down their brothers and sisters. We should all love and encourage one another…all our words come from the heart…we should treat everyone’s words like they were our own.

    Love this and you, Christina. ❤

    Liked by 1 person

    • Chrissy · January 25, 2016

      Yes, it happens all the time unfortunately. It gets worse and worse but I support my brothers and sisters who write poems and stories from the heart and not out of envy to spite others.


  3. EDC Writing · January 24, 2016

    I don’t know how you do this…just so glad you do…


  4. jacobemet · January 24, 2016

    This was wonderful to read! Inspiring and reflective, just what I most enjoy. Easily relatable and deep in truth. Bravo!

    Liked by 1 person

  5. Carisa Adrienne · January 26, 2016

    i love this, Chrissy ❤️ It’s written with passion and conviction. ❤️

    Liked by 2 people

  6. The Power&The Glory · January 26, 2016

    Brother Wolf Sister Moon

    Liked by 1 person

  7. johncoyote · February 17, 2017

    Reblogged this on johncoyote and commented:
    Amazing poetry by a talented writer.

    Liked by 1 person

  8. johncoyote · February 17, 2017

    Dear Christina. I missed your poetry. Your words and thoughts are wonderful.

    Liked by 1 person

    • Chrissy · February 17, 2017

      I missed your visits! Thank you, have a lovely say, John.

      Liked by 1 person

      • johncoyote · February 17, 2017

        I was glad to have found you in my favorites and you are welcome dear Chrissy.

        Liked by 1 person

      • Chrissy · February 17, 2017

        There’s a favourites? Lol. I still don’t know how to use WordPress!

        Liked by 1 person

      • johncoyote · February 17, 2017

        My computer favorite. WordPress does need a place for the favorites.

        Liked by 1 person

      • Chrissy · February 17, 2017

        Yes! Okay, got it. I thought WordPress… thank you, again.

        Liked by 1 person

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