Treasure Island

Vincent Toll

Angel of Darkness

An Angel with Broken Wings,
Torn by the Demons that have risen
from the Everlasting Darkness below.

Falling further into Hell,
Forgotten and Abandoned by all
of the Angels that he Trusted.

Finally realizing the Painful Truth
No One has ever Cared for him,
His Trust has been Betrayed.

Two options are left for this Condemned Angel.
Accept his Demise and die an Angel of Light
or Fight and become an Angel of Darkness

He chose to become the Angel of Darkness
after replacing his White Angel Wings,
with the Dark Black Wings of a Demon.

Now he has Vowed to Kill all of the Angels
that have Decieved him with False Feelings,
and those who have Plotted Against him.

With this newfound Reason to Live
his Life now has Meaning,
As an Angel among Demons.

This Angel is finally where he Belongs.
Living with the Demons in the Dark Abyss
after being Accepted and becoming their Leader.

Vincent Toll

Submitted: Friday, December 19, 2008

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