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The day of reckoning

The day the trees shed;oh' my
The day the water ran 
The day disease 
The day those that were 
already dead pled;For 
The day we have read;The 
The day The prophets said;"The 
day of judgement is here!"
The day the righteous found 
there guide;"First they enter 
The day the well dried;"Not one 
drop left?.
The day the plants fried;"All 
Burt up?
The day the cattle died;"do 
they go to heaven?
The day the children 
cried;"They realize soon 
The day the galaxy opened 
The day God rang the bell;"The 
angels trumpets went off?
The day the evil cast a 
worthless spell;"They tried I 
The day the truth will tell;"lies 
The day the souls left there 
The day the sky fell;"A new 
The day the Gods sent the evil 
to hell;"For Good"

The day the dead will meet
there maker is here
Hells gates will be opened
End to all the forsakers 

Deceit,will be judged first.And 
asked "why did you deceive?"
Angels will prepare Heaven to 
Youth with there innocence,and 
the righteous for there 
obedience enter first

Oh' woe to the souls who do 
not repent
For there is no other chance 

Repent, take responsibility for 
your sins. 
Ever since the beginning we 
have been preparing for the 
Condemned are those who had 
no faith 
Kneel before your maker
Obey! never held so much 
No living species is not judged 
Immune to all disease,no more 
pain those that enter the 
Nurturing,no tear left to dry on 
its own,no babies or children 
left all alone
Gods wrath has been felt,the 
day all cards are dealt face up 
for all to see,The day he will 
ask you

"Why have you forsaken me?"
"Hope was something I 
abandoned my Farther"
"Yes!My son I know,But Why?

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