LOVE_AND HATE_ Lyle Ashwyn Holland

Rookie (22-JUNE-1989 / RIVERLEA, JOHANNESBERG, South Africa)

'Judgment'


When suicide is on the mind.
We die inside but say we're fine_

And We'd like2be distant,
But what is distance when you died or went missing,
in a life so blurry...
Your eyes are still hurting,
And your cries are not vivid_

Nothing is Clear,
Shut your mouth. And Open a Ear,
Listen to the government...
Saying Judgment is Near,
But be not in Fear,
Unless you're the devil...
Because Jesus is Here!

Submitted: Wednesday, December 19, 2012

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The huge numbers of suicides/death's around the youth,
The end of the world, Living in the last days...
The coming of Jesus Christ is uncertain, only God Knows,
But devil seems to be making big moves here on earth! _
Soon you'll have to make a choice, for your 'Judgment' might be near!

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