Marco Antonio Solano

To Be Or Not To Believe - Poem by Marco Antonio Solano

cries for help suffocated by hell's laughter
tears of pain rain pounding on forgotten oceans
brothers and sisters watch waiting the end
as waves of terror wash away my very essence

I hear the words of wisdom spoken by fools
lying lips pray with hands too proud to handle
hearts that won't humble immersed in lavish lives
unmoved by tormented souls they pretend to save

their sound surrounds my spirit: 'repent or die! '
singing... while I burn in the fiery fire as I try
and in heaven, angel eyes don't even blink
as some souls rise - yet many more sink

Marco '94

Topic(s) of this poem: reflection

Poet's Notes about The Poem

Marco '94

Sometimes I wonder... were it not for religious people, we'd be more religious.

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Poem Edited: Sunday, July 26, 2015

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