Treasure Island

Morhardt Carmen Mencita Monoi Angel

(11.06.1960 / Philippines Manila)

ARE WE ANGELS OR DEMONS


ARE WE ANGELS OR DEMONS

Are we angels or demons
Priest's wasted sermon

Demonly damnation
Or heavenly salvation

Since our early creation
Exists devilish temptation

To left side we are torn
But rightly we were born

Each life one day dies
Mourning and cries

In this earthly life of being
One can not be forseeing

Devils brings the fear
How can we bear

The height of cross
Deep into the moss

Where do we come from
What is to be eternal home

Are we angels or demons
Priest's wasted sermon

Demonly damnation
Or heavenly salvation

Submitted: Wednesday, October 29, 2008
Edited: Wednesday, July 11, 2012

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