NaBloPoMo: Deaths Book is Lost

They searched , they over turned countries, cities towns

They lay waste to plains of crops and wherever there was joy they brought frowns.

The  sick got sicker  the wars got worse not one corpse would follow Death

No matter the mutilation, the cancer  or the agony no one took their last sweet breath.

 

The angel of death was in despair, his boss Death was unsure what  to do

War plague  and famine had never had so much fun no lack of suffering, and that was true.

Governments around the world had meetings, the dead drew up and begged  for oblivion

The angel of death could take no more, he went above his boss’s head, he new it was his wrong.

 

He crept slowly into the halls of heaven, the holy light

Bathed his body with the warmth he had long  forgot.

The beauty  of what he so missed , reminded him of what he was not.

He wept, he sobbed and grieved. Then he hear the Father’s voice.

Forgive me Father I need to see you I have no choice.

 

The face of the Father full of love  and warmth looked  down on his errant son.

He knew of course before the angel spoke  exactly why he had come.

 

TO BE CONTINUED.

 

15 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. bwcarey
    Nov 07, 2013 @ 16:00:53

    the then death got lazy, started pushing everyone around, till it came to the old time bar, where a goodman waited, a steel surprise waiting, that death could not penetrate, a love deeper than the evil death kept in her heart, thereby freeing her soul… and all the hatred that death kept therein, no one feared death.from that day forth, so they say in heaven..

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  3. oleanderia
    Nov 07, 2013 @ 17:02:14

    I’ve nominated you for the Super Sweet Blogging Award.
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  4. Eric Alagan
    Nov 08, 2013 @ 05:17:31

    That’s true Willow dear – when diseased and starving – but no release from death. Then it becomes hell on earth.

    The Father knew even before he was asked — looking forward to the next part 🙂

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    • willowdot21
      Nov 08, 2013 @ 05:47:41

      It is a frightening scenario lets hope that it can get sorted soon. I am not sure whether I should of put the fairy frogs in ,I got carried away by the lovely picture but hey I have done it now . I have also tried to put in a little humour… eg famine always hungry , plague always slightly unwell and war aggressive.

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