Indigo Rose Christman
Sin of Humanity
Born from glory,
Born from fame.
All that is known.
Goodbye to Gods,
To ancient traditions.
Only with love,
Strength through Family.
Blood flows free.
A murderous blow.
A blazing destruction,
And innocence undone.
Deceiving the eye,
Concealing the tears.
Into the depths
Of sunless poverty.
Humanity when absorbed in greed,
It’s inner demons then are freed.
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