Albert Arsenio Sison
God Of Apathy - Poem by Albert Arsenio Sison
God of Apathy
The God of Apathy has risen
numbed by the emotions felt.
All these years he had liven
unclear of why he's sent.
In the world of love and hate
mortals rise and mortals fell.
Apathetic God controls his fate
Succumbed in the fires of hell.
A stalker in the darkness of night.
Preying on the innocent reality.
Luring his victims with fright
deep into his realm of insanity.
Where cries of the exploited heard.
Tormented souls of the slain.
Ruler of all his tortured herd.
Playing God on the other plane.
Satisfied with sweet fantasy,
thus condemned the love of life.
Cloaking his emotions with apathy.
The God that rules over the night.
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