The Unforgiven Sin - Poem by John DeBona
Smoke rises, ashes of scattered bones.
Baptizes, the bodies and the soul.
False witness, the prophet and the fool.
The princes, of deaths diamond jewel
The sinner, cries out to the skies
Unforgiven, tormented by his lies
Death dealers, toying with belief
Concealers, agonizing grief
Liars, predicting of our doom
Hells fires, justified consume
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