Enoch Owusu Gyamfi

(1993 / Senfi - Bekwai)

JUDGEMENT DAY


Melting will be thy earth, Just Like Shea butter under thy sun. We Shall be lonely on our bikes On our bikes but have nowhere to run. From the rolled separated sky Will descend the Immortal Prince Sitting on King Jehovah's right Coming to judge and pay the Price Of all our sows and grows In all our days and nights. Time will be no more Folded secrets unfolding we shall sight The saved, in heaven will bore And fools, in burns and tears all them days and nights. Judgement day death is gone The dead will be awake Some will cry others will sing a song The song of moses around the throne Accordingly to ya right and wrong.

Submitted: Monday, October 20, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Topic(s): judgement


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