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You once called me stupid
How stupid could one person be?
Because you thought you were strong in deceiving me.
You once wished me dead, over and over again
Then drifted into darkness to play with my friends.
You once sang a song, a song from a blackened heart
But hearts of lies are never hearts; they are simply piercing darts
You once played a game, hoping to leave me in eternal flames
But shame can’t last and pain will pass
when there is a God who still reigns.
I now call you stupid
How stupid could you be?
To deny the God of the universe who came to set men free
I now call you foolish, you’re not so wise
Your entire existence is based all of the devils lies.
I now call you damned
Damned if you don’t see
 All you ever did in life has eternal consequences indefinitely.
I now call you a clown,
The clown of this whole town
You stole from lives and paralyzed when no one was around.
I declare there is an appointed day,
When you will fade away,
And wish and yearn while you slowly burn 
That you would have just took heed and obeyed.

By: Sabina Nicole

Copyright © Sabina Nicole | Year Posted 2016


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