God Doesn’t Hear Dead Men

God Doesnt Hear Dead Men short poem

Uploaded by Brant Cathie

Down the drain, down the drain, follow the sand down the drain.
His soul woven cloak awaits, scythe in hand, ferry leaving the docks.
Crooked steps, cold and blackened breath, take me unto you.
One leg in the grave, half way to Hell, one soul in flames, half a human remains.
Only my blood binds me in chains of life,
grey and repeated strife, cannot leave now,
I know not when, silence fills the air, God doesn’t hear dead men.

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