poet#20 - "Lust for Lambs"

Laymen listen to liturgical spiels,
longing for luminescent paths,
look to calm lame laments and
lull their lost souls with God's wrath.

But wanton clergy, lasciviously lustlorn,
lure lambs into their lewd lechery,
lead the lost into lightless lairs and
link the Lord into a loathsome history.

But celibate locks have lacerated logic,
long leading to a lurid, languid flaw,
and latae sentintiae has loaned leniency
to uphold lustful, licentious papal law,

Thus limiting listless litanies to levy liability
with lambs locked into laconic lows.

The End

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