Nicole D'Settemi

Gold Star - 6,188 Points (June 25th / Niagara Falls)

Flaming Flourescence (Have You Ever Been To Hell?) - Poem by Nicole D'Settemi

Have you ever been to hell?
Well, I can paint just how it looks
It sits inside a needle—
Guarded by the crooks.

All the Devil's children,
Stealing souls by day
Whether or not we beg,
Or, what we do or say.

They take away our freedom,
As we're cuffed and tied right down
We try to scream out loud
Yet, we cannot make a sound!

The Devil's guards, they are
They sit outside the cage
Dressed in body armor
With a catastrophic rage!

And, once you're locked inside
You cannot even breathe.
So, you better prepare—
And remember you can't leave!

Poison, it does come—
In many forms and shades
It tears apart the people
Who've become the Devil's slaves

Fighting for someone
To try, and stop the demons
As they enter deep inside
You can hear the victim's screaming!

Yet, no exorcism works
The soul, it has been taken
The pain they override
As each life has been forsaken


© copyright 2010-2019 (Fluorescent Flame)Have You Ever Been to Hell? Nicole D'Settēmi

Topic(s) of this poem: depression, drugs, fantasy, religion, death

Form: Stanza


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Poem Submitted: Friday, May 13, 2011

Poem Edited: Thursday, October 24, 2019


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