Lucifer lost his battle, poetry challenge, Frank Atanacia's, April's poetry month
The church bells chimed once again.
Lucifer lost his lustful battle when April's spirit lifted, angels rejoicing in heaven, God's loving arms awaiting
Lucifer's pulsating tongue darkened, crimson red, choking blood, eyes bulging. The sting of death deepening
The church bells chimed once again
The old gospel hymnal echoed throughout the land
The flames of darkness flickered, the wispy smoke scattered into the tempest lake of fire
The wind whipped forming a funnel, clearing all debris left by the evil liar.
This is in response to, Lucifer-The Bearer of Unearthly Light-- Lucifer's Desires by Alicia C
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