Treasure Island

Dexsta Ray

A Fallen Angel

I thought I saw Lucifer fall from the sky 
God said it was time for him to go 
He was disappointed that the angels didn't tell him goodbye 
Placed eternal damnation on his soul 
But that was kind of old 
These days he's causing confusion 
He's changed his name to satan but I call him the loser 
No one can be higher than the Lord 
I don't care if you try it 
You'll reap the compensation for it 
A fallen angel in the storm 
Crashed down into the ground 
What followed was fire and then a thunderous sound 
Forever stuck up under clouds 
He hides among the crowds 
The shadows on the wall 
Apparently survived the fall 
Abomination to us all 
I knew I saw Lucifer fall from the sky 
Disappointed that the angels didn't tell him goodbye

Submitted: Saturday, August 24, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, July 08, 2014

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  • John Westlake (3/26/2014 5:54:00 PM)

    Nicely rhymed. Lucifer was not actually his original name, merely one given to him by humans. Lucifer means bearer of light in latin. Satan is a translation from arabic meaning evil spirit if I remember correctly. Even so, a good write. (Report) Reply

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