Treasure Island

Morgan Siegel

(27/06/1996 / New Zealand)

Decayed Elegance


...'Vos eiecit me'...

Long did you love me.
But now you forever hate me.
Michael you dispersed me.
Myself and my many host...

...'Semper quidem incidem'...

A many a long did I fall.
First I was cast.
First I was falling.
There was no hope...

...'Ego ad locum iudicii'...

When I stopped only then did I realize...
I had been cast into The Abyss.
Myself and my advocates.
We had been forsaken...

...Pennas meas abierunt'...

I went through a transformation...
Into what I am now...
Abaddon... Belial... Beelzebub...Mephistopheles...
...Satan...
< br>...'Scitis nomen meum'...

I have fallen from Grace.
and I am changed.
I have introduced sin...

...'Revertans triumphum gratiam'...
I will return to Grace... Triumphant

Submitted: Tuesday, October 29, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 29, 2013

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