Piercing The Sky, A Book of My Poems
Author: Neil Evans

Chapter 36
Incomplete Failure (2)

There's really no introduction for this one. It's old, I don't know it's completion date, but oh well. I think I might stop making poems. At least for a while, thanks to recent events. I hope you guys enjoyed my works, I never even completed the final poem I wanted to post. . . .




You think you can do what you want?

You think there's no price for you to pay?

I am the law,

I am justice,

I'm taking you to our special prison cell

It lies beneath the rubble in the bowels of hell

And there are no witnesses there

At first it's a bit of a hellish scare

But then you get used to it

The brimstone, the screams

The pain, the fire,

All of it crushing your dreams


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