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I walk in the world surrounded by darkness,
Dust beneath my feet, light above my head.
O Gods please receive my praise,
And bestow me the power to resist this calamity.
Horses' noise is nigh, Death's trumpet is ringing,
Apocalypse's riders are here.

The world crumbles, and so I am,
Light burn out, and so I am.
Resist the darkness, whereas the world is in fire,
Survive, whereas death is everywhere.
In this dreadful atmosphere I continue to hold on,
Facing the gloomy winds of the Apocalypse.

O Gods I'm quivering on this broken earth,
Withered by adversity and stained by sins and blood.
I don't even see a light ahead; hope is being forgotten.
Let me live since I will soon die,
Let me die since I can't live anymore.
Others are dying, and soon I will too.

Covered with wars, corpses are crippled,
A bloody rain dyes the earth with crimson red.
Heart-wrenching pain binds mortals,
While Gods are terrified by demons.
Life and death? Death is everything,
How can we be alive when we'll all die?

Humanity is relying on its last pillar,
When pieces of rock are torn off by the Death soldiers.
Stabbed to death, comrades are collapsing,
But they will finally be free from their pain,
While I don't even know anymore if I want to join them.
O Gods, I'm falling with this world.

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