Darryl (Daristotle) McMillan

(11/01/1984 / Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario Canada)

Judgements Rising To The End


Time Winds Backwards as death preceeds birth
Humans finally realize their place on this earth
History repeats itself, a tale that time sadly tells
Hate begins to spawn again and rings its ugly bells

Angels fly on tatter wings carrying them to despairng nowheres
Ego's create a stubborn eye which gives an evil glare
God Speaks with his forked tongue that really tells all
The people hide for cover behind their glass wall

Shadows gain new light and start to shed the truth
Mother nature cries crystal tears for all she's been through
They watch the last dove fly gracefully in the blackend skies
They pray to their Forked tongue god and ignore all his lies

Running in circles in the land of cracked mirrors
Reality Cries painfully a sound that no one hears
Rain falls despairingly on this hate scorched land
Erasing all the blood stains engrained in the sand

A new king claims this land with his crown of snakes
They follow him so hollowly with every move he makes
Babies who die on this final day will never see the field
The glass ball we've lived in whose fate we did wield

Control is what they made themselves to cause this bitter end
A world that only saw hate and greed is the only one we tend
The sky begins to open up and fire comes crashing down
The only thing that survives it all is the snaked headed crown

Submitted: Thursday, June 22, 2006
Edited: Monday, August 09, 2010

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