juselle dayaon

Rookie (7-7-1984 / philippines)

Fallen Angel - Poem by juselle dayaon

I was exiled to a world of malevolence
A world completely different from my home
I was different from them; and to be accepted,
I was forced to acquaint myself with their rituals
Participated in their abominations
Even let myself be violated.
I could no longer care what happens to me
My creator has already abandoned me
I was stripped off of my title even myself
I was not shown any mercy even grace.
Now I’ve fallen far from grace
The changes in me became apparent
For my once ethereal white wings
Has been corrupted with the abhorrence
And the once pure silver tears
Have turned to deep scarlet red
And for me to return is no longer possible
For I am the exact epitome of a fallen angel

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, February 26, 2009

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