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The Day Of Reckoning


The world shall weep on the day of reckoning
The people shall weep with the world
The animals shall weep with the world
The life force shall wither and fade never to return
The death shall rejoice for all the tormented souls that have been renched from their earthly bodies never to return to them
The universe shall weep for the lost world
The creator shall not weep for he has no more tears left
The creator shall not forgive chaos for bringing this upon the world

The creator banishes chaos to hell
The death is happy to torment chaos
The world shall be repaired in time the universe shall dry its tears
The people shall dry their tears
The animals shall dry their tears
The creator does not dry his tears for long has he weeped for lost worlds so now he has no tears left to weep with

The people, the animals, the world, the universe and the creator all know that this day shall come again and the next time the world will not survive the cataclysm that is
THE DAY OF RECKONING

Submitted: Monday, April 13, 2009
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