The fact that you wrote on a unique topic makes this poem a good read and the first stanza was a great way to grab the readers attention. However, the poem itself didn't really grab my full attention. Like it was on the brink of it, but just needs to go that little bit further. So maybe something to add. One thing I did notice was in this stanza:
"The saints sin themselves
As sinners roll the dice
The pictures in your head your only solace
In a never ending night"
I think perhaps if you made the third line a bit shorter so it flowed with the rest of the piece, that stanza would be rather charming. Even if you took off "your only solace," but that's for you to decide.
Overall, the topic was intruiging, but I'd have liked to see more power behind it. Keep it up 4/5
You did a great job using imagery in this poem. I could picture these scenes in my mind as I read. It is a humbling look at the entrophy that in the end consumes us all. I especially like the comparisons drawn between the paragons of good and sinners.