Angels in Angels in Disguise


Angels in Disguise
Clothed head to toe in black
Surrounding him from all sides
Judging him about his worst lies
Telling him 'you were sick in the mind'
Accusing Him of abandoning the kids and the wife,
Leaving what really mattered behind;
To rot, be slaved, and be silently resigned
Punishing him for lusting after the treacherous bride
That turned his life upside down
Reminding him of the loss of that very high pride that turned into a crashed pipe
Paying him for smoking that rolled cigarette like it were his lifeline
Blaming him for not giving what he couldn't provide: sanity and keeling to the the divine
Repeating hungrily 'sick in the mind, sick in the mind'
When in actuality you were handsome, tall and nice
Heavy with emotions and heart so blind
loved every child
And had the most generous smiles
That'll last with me till my time arrives
For you were all we got
In this sick headed life,
Seated on the porch
, screaming at us bloody lies..

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