The Prophesy

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They  all new  what  the  book  foretold and  what was  to come

When  the  sky  would  darken  and  the life  would  leave  the  sun.

Some  took  precautions  , built space  ships  took  supplies and  fled

Those  of  us  who  stayed knew  that  time was  short  and  we would soon be dead.

 

 

We felt  the urge  to go to the sea, to escape  the heat and  smell of  the  city

Abandoned  cars  and  burning  streets the  empty  loneliness ,hopelessness  and pity.

We picked up people along  the  way  we all needed to  reach  our final  destination

To witness the  end of our planet, as it got  turned  to  dust  and  blown out  into  the  constellations.

 

 

So here  we  sit  at  the  end  of  our planet’s mad,  crazy  days

We all watch  and  wait as the sea boils  and  bubbles in a  golden haze.

None of us  have  any  idea  when this  will all be over  or  when it  will end

Have no fear, when the time  comes  we will all go together,  in a  second  my friend

 

 

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13 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Let's CUT the Crap!
    Jun 28, 2016 @ 20:37:01

    H.a.r.s.h. Well done, Willow. Scary.

    Reply

  2. Paul
    Jun 28, 2016 @ 21:00:11

    Yikes! Did you write Revelations? Ha! Way to blowup the planet Willow. That thar is whatcha call an “End Game”.

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  3. Lynz Real Cooking
    Jun 28, 2016 @ 23:36:15

    Wow

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  4. Opinionated Man
    Jun 28, 2016 @ 23:53:14

    Why do I have this strong urge for some reason to nominate you for a million awards Willow… lmao! 😉

    Reply

  5. jan
    Jun 29, 2016 @ 15:11:21

    Yup, I think you’ve nailed it. I definitely wouldn’t want to survive in a post-apocalypse world.

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  6. gigoid
    Jun 29, 2016 @ 22:28:03

    Excellent; possibly, more prophetic than any of us would rather it be… At least, you brought hope with you all the way to the end, and compassion, too. Any of us left to witness it will need each other….

    Love…

    gigoid

    Reply

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