A Sinner Angel's Retribution (poetry)
Please while reading listen to Haunted by Disturbed, it is a very beautiful (metal :D) song which i was listening to while writing this treacherous poem
A sinner’s retribution
And the broken angel cried to the shadow cast by his body, begged for love’s thorn to be removed
Pinned on the cellar’s wall, it looked into Valentine’s eye and watched her heart being moved
“Yes take away the dire pain that nails me endlessly to the ground
Extract that gloominess covering my body and soul all around”
Plunge it deep down in the soil, purify my soul and let it burn
A sentimental heart easily breaks when it turns fragile like a fern
Sentiments, Love? All are deadly sins made for man contaminating his pure
Cut through the scared veins with your scalpel remove this abomination for sure
Purify my thoughts with holly water let it wash away all my disgracing sins
Love is dirty, seducing darkness like a vampire’s seductive endorphins
It makes us fragile and weak
It makes us materialist, a freak
And who am I to speak?
Drive a stake through my heart
And drive me into sunlight
A treacherous angel bound by seducing demonic darkness
Rebelled for nothing but love’s empty useless promises
Hell’s tongues of flames will rip through my flesh
And due to my sins behemoth demons will feed fresh
His razor blades cut through the wrists, making the flesh beneath it smile
The darkness fades as the blood floods smothering the clean floor tiles
Dig down your heart in this soil
Feed the flames so the serpents uncoil
Dig down your heart Dig it down next to me” deathstars , arclight adapted
until the end of time it will be
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