Ellie Watts

Rookie (12/22/91 / Brisbane)

The End Of All Things - Poem by Ellie Watts

On the day and 'angel'
falls from the heavens,
it shall be over.
The end of all that exists.
The Earth standing silent.
The sky tainted a golden grey.
Time frozen in fear,
Dante screaming the 'fall of man.'
Last of our vision.
Consumed in a sea of red.
Releasing us from sorrow
All will be forgiven.
All will be forgotten.
All will be dust.

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, July 25, 2007

Poem Edited: Thursday, March 24, 2011

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