Deadly Faith

by LadyPearl   Dec 14, 2009


Deadly Faith

Innocent painted wings
Shelters a little heart,
Sweet sound of youth,
From this Faith depart.
Crash goes the halos
White shredded gown
Doors are opened now
Light and beauty drown.

From the depth of truth
Sleeps forgotten woe.
Fire and ice breaks hope
Maturity with youth.
Faith once stern and bold
Held the Holy One,
Sip of sorrow and pain
Disillusionment done.

Where is my allegiance?
Blackened by sheer doubt,
My faith stranded in fear
Left without a route.

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  • 10 years ago

    by KJ

    Wow. Now this was a beautifully written. I believe that it is perfect just the way it is. I have no suggestions :) Overall, very nice write. 5/5

  • 10 years ago

    by Michael D Nalley

    Wow this is a very neat little package that seems to unveil a piece of your soul

    beautifully written