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Wholesale Loss
ye are not your own. For ye are bought with a price. . .
-- 1 Corinthians 6:19-20

Iím drifting lonely as a sunspot
in my self-begotten hell.
Iíve lost my birthright. Iíve been bought
off. . . but with what, I will not tell.
Suffice to say
the devil
didnít pay

by Albert Cipriani

Bio: Albert Cipriani, a former newspaper reporter, photojournalist, magazine editor, and English teacher now lives with his wife, Janice, and four goats on three acres in a Southern Californian canyon. He is a technical writer for the computer industry and an apologist for orthodox Catholic issues in Catholic journals such as The Angelus and The Remnant, on his Catholic website, and through his religious philosophy newsletter. His poetry has been published in The Acorn, New Improved Mushrooms, and The Remnant.

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