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The Amazing Jeckle Brothers His evil influence flows from the city streets like red molten ooze filling every alley and gutter There are those who are burnt by it like the charred remains of a napalm strike He moves in silence yet with his heat comes ear-shattering screams as the masses are scorched in his choking smoke of corruption His fire consumes like a lethal injection flowing through the veins of a dying convict Hosts of small red ants crawl in the wake of his presence biting and stinging flesh His holocaust fills the woods of hope and prosperity like a wave of hungry piranhas on a newborn lamb He goes by many names but for now let it be spoken like the force of a fireball bursting into a crowd Hes Jack pure and simple Jack Jeckel His glow of compassion kindles the heart like a campfire on a cold winters eve His embers burn eternally spreading the flame of mercy like a warm blanket over the shoulders of a vagabond His kindness is fueled by sympathy for human suffering but his inferno of righteous cause incinerates creatures of sin to ash The torch of his salvation guides wanderers in the dark abyss to freedom Its flaring sparks float on the winds of change like soaring birds recently freed from a dreary cage Laughter explodes forth from the essence of his being radiating the land with childish joy He has many names but for now let it be spoken like melodic music drifting through the air Hes Jake true indeed Jake Jeckel Emerging from the Dark Carnival like phantom smoke drifting into the minds of men they are the Amazing Jeckel Brothers A chaotic duo of juggling masters Jack the sinister and Jake the just juggle the sins of mortal men The price of admission to their show is a mere human soul When death creeps around and
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