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Free Will Broken

In a realm past the blue of creation
Far from a blackness that divides what is seen
Is the beginning of all ever imagined
A thought that was commanded to be

Hearken to thy calling my children
Return thy gifts forthcoming to thee
Worship is only for pleasures in heaven
Service, held hither for their own selfish needs

We are the light brought forth from the Kingdom
Return not thy longing once freed
Let our glory be admired in Heaven
Give rise to thyself above, King

Some say, 'Therein will be a new glory'
To be praised on the rest, of our knees
A willingness to serve throughout forever
For a God that nay mortal hath seen

Relent thy claim to be venerated, my brethren
Give gramercy when asked to appease
Be humble before seeking God's favor
Then retire for the life thou must seek

The Devil relates to our mortal passions
For once created, also wished to be free
Not ruled over for godly favors in Heaven
A king, for his own right to be

The father of lies hath taught us a lesson
Freedom comes with an unforgivable fee
Thou must obey to stay in God's favor
Or suffer damnation-
when our dear Lord's not pleased.

So if defiance offers eternal torment
And pleasure is granted when on bended knee
For which god we choose still must suffer
For doing whatever we please

I pray my respect, with great loathing anger
Raised fist with a roar back at thee
No God on Earth or in Heaven
Should break their promise to me

Forthwith I proclaim independence
Deny not thy last promise spoken in flooded seas
I only ask with the words thou gave Mosses
'Let thy people be free'

(08/24/2015)
Free Will Broken
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