The Satanists

By knifer

An elderly man was trying to take his luggage and observe the Millenium Biltmore Hotel,
As he was struggling in the hall section,
All the other people just passed by him as if he wasn't even there,
They practically ignored him,
As the Pagan Days Festival was ending at another section of the hotel,
Satanists stood and offered the elderly man help,
Suddenly everyone is at an awe,
All the hotel guests that was present knew what was the right thing to do,
but the Satanists were the only ones who did it.

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Copyright 2007 "Knife" Sotelo/Sinagogue of Satan
Published on Tuesday, November 4, 2014.     Filed under: "Poetry"

Author's Note:

This was actually an experience I had with the High Priest Michael S. Margolin of the Sinagogue of Satan (and other members) at Pagan Days Fest 2007. This piece has won a couple of certificates and was also published in two books; "Whisper
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  • PoetessDarkly On Sunday, February 8, 2015, PoetessDarkly (1008)By person wrote:

    belated welcome, thank you for your kind comments. I am also on facebook. I have all my poetry posted on a page called dark poetry by Lisa Cooper. I love your style of writing. hope to read more from you.

  • Commander_Cadaver On Wednesday, November 5, 2014, Commander_Cadaver (265)By person wrote:

    As a Traditional Satanist, I can see this happening because we aren't some heathens that drink the blood of virgins (only on the weekends). Sure we worship the lord of sin, listen to the most blasphemic metal around and despise religion but doesn't mean that we are shitty humans. Nice to read of your experience. Welcome to DP.

  • Decoy On Wednesday, November 5, 2014, Decoy (42)By person wrote:

    Nice resume and poignant prose. I know very little about Satanism and i cant wait to learn more

  • A former member wrote: Well 'satanism' is often misunderstood and ever more misinterpreted. I find it difficult to be surprised at this happening.

  • A former member wrote: Btw welcome to DP :)

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