Once Innocent Angel

What is purer than snow
And falls frequently
Falling silently
From her
She sits above us
And watches our sin
What she sees scares her
And tells her what humans are
Her wings are a pure white
Adorning her back
Her white robes glowing
Making her appear innocent
She is pure, she is kind
But her eyes show sadness
She hears our jealousy
Our greed
She's afraid of what we've become
She wants to help
But when she tried
She was torn apart
Her wings grew grey
Her robes black
She can't stop the sin
So she'll destroy it
She is now an Angel of Death
Once fragile and kind
Her other side locked away
Adorned in chains
This Once Innocent Angel

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