Jesus, on His throne,
Saw upon Earth Broom Crown New
Who sad, lonely,
Needed something edifying
With which to occupy
His troubled mind.
For like Tolkien—
Who had feasted on wordcraft—
By witness of great evil
Thoughts of disturbance were found
When evil first was tastdt.
Therefore, Jesus gave Broom his story
Of the Thirteen Kings,
And of the Nethanim
Who would do them battle.
All know of Milton’s Paradise Lost
Whom after the fall of Satan’s rebellion
The demons were sent to hell
And took the names of heathen abominations.
However, Thirteen captains were among them
Whom, sent to hell by Jesus,
Sought to return, and, therefore, spread the blood
Of mankind by making seas blood,
To make rains pour down blood,
And to turn the Earth into a bitter hell.
These were the Thirteen:
The thirteen led their war against
By working their way back onto the Earth
To, because of Jealousy,
Destroy the Sons of Adam.
For twenty-four worlds these thirteen had
Waged their wars, sending many to hell.
Gog, Magog, and Mammongog, so with the twenty-one others—
Lands of Giants beneathen
Our Earthen plane, where the circle of the earth hovers.
Each Earth was saved by Elijah when he came
Until the twenty-fifth,
Where The Word Himself had to come
To accomplish salvation for all mankind.
Men, woven through infinite orbs of light—
Each soul with infinite folkstems and infinite earths
Upon the one circle plane of the Earth—
Found themselves attacked by Giants
Of Gog, Magog, and Mammongog
All aught else of the Giants’ lands,
Leagued with the Thirteen Kings
And their hordes of Orcs, Skeletons, Elves, Fairies and Dragons.
These had created their own worlds
The plexes, upon plexes within the Galaxy Rings,
The lifeorbed currencies of Gog, Magog and Mammongog
From which came the Starflesh
And from which came aught wars upon the Earth.
Therefore, on this true Earth
Great heroes of mind are risen up in Broom Crown New’s
Fictional Stores— Great metaphors
To defeat the Thirteen,
And their hordes of wicked devices.
For the realms of the Twenty-four worlds
One enters is Aesthetic—
One of beauty at match with what is foul.
For created here in Broom’s Secondary Belief
Is a road map for others to follow;
To believe on Christ not because of wisdome
But because of beauty and chastity.
To arm the mind with the weapon of Belief
Against all science, math and vain notions of philosophy,
So that all mankind can know
What beauty is
And on what firm foundation Christ stands,
Who is established by the mere consistency of thought—
That one man can know what another man means
And what is his sense—
By this we know Christ lives
And that without Him,
There can no longer be what is beautiful.