Louemile Escober

(November 5 1992 / Morong Rizal)

When the heaven burn


Puerile will the heaven will be
Under the influence of the consecrated one
Pain and suffering you will apprehend
Death wish had now been told

blood of the solemn father had been called
Blackest of all the catacombs
Darkness waiting to break lose
Making your history is so irritated

Feast to the holiest flesh
Malignant shall burn all your angels
Through the mind of the darkest age
Forgery you will receive ti heaven

Atrocious felon will hail
Degenerated blood drained
The thunder roar through the sky
Signaling the storm of the black hearts

Toxocariasis kills the earth
Souls are now in vain
Fiery death awaits you
When the heaven burn you'll see

Submitted: Friday, July 04, 2008
Edited: Saturday, August 23, 2008

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