The Damned Light

Tisí mortal to say where life ends,
The threshold of death carrying us begins.
Within this darkness await the plagues of our mortal sins
The eternal punishments we so fear hath scorched our prideful wings.
Frigid, terrifying screams deafen our ears
that which brings us to tears.
No blast of light shall skewer this darkness!
Tisí of the faithful to believe no punishment can invade their brightness.
Somewhere within the threshold of purgatory
The holy light is damned, and thus begin our hellish story.
Tisí the false saint that plungeth into this black pit
Since no mortal can the Lord outwit!
Tisí mortal to not see the moonlit hypocrite!
Written by gothicsurrealism (Daniel Long)
Author's Note
There's no escape from final judgment.
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