Redemption - Poem by JohnMichael Lelievre
Angel of Darkness, what is thy fate?
A sliver of hope? An instant of hate?
Gazing at moonlight, What do you see?
chains of perdition? A chance to be free?
What is the darkness, that fills your soul?
An eclipse of the light? can you never be whole?
Be there no illumination, or a part of light?
Or will your role, be to slip into night?
What is the price, no dreams of peace?
endless tribulations? which never will cease?
The agony of eternity, surely can't be worth?
The forfeit of your soul? A chance at re-birth?
There can be redemption, some feelings of hope.
Life is never too long, that you run out of rope.
There can be absolution, a cleansing of self.
A chance to regain, your conscious health.
Take my hand, let me guide you through dark.
Title Angel of Darkness, can be far from the mark.
Turn your wings white, as the shades of a dove.
It's never too late, to learn how to love.
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