The Saint's Creed p.II
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The Saint's Creed At the end of all things I surpass the limits of mortality I hope to save the world My promise will I fulfill I surpass the limits of mortality Vengeance takes its toll My promise will I fulfill I will accept my providence Vengeance takes its toll Divine justice unleashed I will accept my providence I will die for these sins Divine justice unleashed I hope to save the world I will die for these sins At the end of all things This is a revised version of the original Saint's Creed. Personally I like the ideas in the first Saint's Creed better, but the Second Saint's Creed fits together much better. Again, this type of poem is called a Pantoum, it is a structured poem from the far east. You simply write eight lines, then arrange them in the following order: 1234, 2546, 5768, 7381, to form a pantoum. All eight lines should relate to eachother so that once put together in both 1-8 and pantoum forms they make sense.