"Poetry & Rhymes" by William Hancock

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“Life’s Thief !”

Life's Theif !

The worst thief of all,
Is one who steals a life.
No right to make that call,
At the end of your knife?

A life you do steal,
No remorse, nor even shame.
At the end of your steel,
For what purpose, what gain?

There will be a time,
For you to pay your due.
You’ve committed a crime,
Against all that is true.

God gave us this gift,
A test of our worth.
You hurried so swift,
A life from this earth.

You cheated them of success,
Of earning their place,
You have no regret,
A life you did waste.

There’s a place for you,
Where Satan, he awaits,
To torment you through,
Watching your skin, as it bakes.

You murdered so brutal,
Their life was your snack.
Your evil and cruel,
And there’s no turning back.

For your selfishness, you troll,
You’ll pay with not your life,
But with all of your soul,
For eternities endless night.

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William Hancock © All Rights Reserved

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