Wensday Wood

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Judgement Day Poem by Wensday Wood


The world is nothing
All is dark and dead
It just happened with no
Warning for the world

The world is nothing
All is dark and dead
With no where to run or go
Because fate will catch up
And seize you

The world is nothing
All is dark and dead
Everything nonexistence
And gone in every form

The world is nothing
All is dark and dead
Everyone was judged
And knew which gates
To go through forever


The world is nothing
All is dark and dead
Is this it for everything?
No hope to fill our silence?

The world is nothing
All dark and dead
Slowly it all goes away
Everything left if there
Was anything is gone

The world is nothing
All is dark and dead
There is no future or past
Existence is no longer an option

The world is nothing
All is dark and dead
Why did we do this to
Our own selves when
We could do better

The world is nothing
All is dark and dead
Slowly I pass the firey gate
Where everyone is waiting

Submitted: Tuesday, March 4, 2008
Edited: Tuesday, March 25, 2008

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  • Rookie Layla Stone (2/18/2009 10:42:00 PM)

    your poem was good but slightly spooky... if i was a little kid i would be scared out of my wits! But i can understand your poem
    -Layla (Report) Reply

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