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The ironic Inferno

Humour? The choice is yours.

By Tony herlinPublished about a month ago 1 min read
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The ironic Inferno
Photo by James Lee on Unsplash

A strange place where the heat is frightening

Consumes your heart with immense sorrow.

How astonishing to see all these shadows

After all this time without ever cheating.

Rivers of lava and lost souls, you must be too.

It's not what you think, too expensive to pay.

All the confessions of your sins that fly away.

You thought about it, but only faith taught you.

I'll be waiting for you there, as will all humanity.

Give me your hand if you're alone

And in the blue flames, on your soul stone

I will relieve all your torments for eternity.

Hell, Heaven if this faith persists.

Let's pray, both of us, that they don't exist.

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About the Creator

Tony herlin

A dreamer who neither speaks nor writes English, a difficult but highly instructive exercise. (Please accept my apologies for any inconvenience caused).

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  • Esala Gunathilakeabout a month ago

    What the hell is that! Great!

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