The Demon Named Human 10/2005

Title: The Demon Named Human
Date: October 2005
Genre: Religious

Explanation: During my younger years, I concentrated mostly on rhyming or free-verse poetry. Most of the poems from 2005-2008 are dark and depressing. This poem is about the rise and inevitable fall of mankind.

The Demon Named Human

Of fluffy clouds and radiant sun,
Crystal rain like teardrops do run.

Shimmering grass and cooling breeze,
No greying cities disturbing the trees.

The way One always meant it to be,
Then Hell’s soldiers; human like me.

Tore it all down; choking it to death,
Until it let go of it’s final breath.

A gift that grew too much for One’s control,
The World’s dignity is what Man stole.

Human got so good that it went bad,
All forgetting what they could of had.

But no ones mistake goes unpunished,
In the world that Human blemished.

Machines of Sin and Rain of Hate,
Reasons none will reach Heaven’s gate.

The Demon named Human took it all,
Never predicting it’d be His fall.

The Creation abandoned Man,
Washed it all away to start over again.

The Demon named Human, One did create.
A Monster masked as a Saint.

Hide behind the overrated lie,
The Demon named Human must die.
The Demon will die.


This poem was originally posted on Fictionpress on 06/10/2005


5 thoughts on “The Demon Named Human 10/2005

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