The Apology-BGCSE PracticeI stood before Him with a torn and bleeding heart; there was no hiding my shame. I felt insignificant, compared to Him, like a dust speck floating aimlessly through still air. But at the same time, I felt disturbingly at ease. His luminating presence took my breath away, reminding me of why I loved Him in the first place. We, his winged servants called Him 'Master', but he was like a father to me.Master's skin glittered like diamonds, transparent but colorful even in the dullest of light. His gorgeous eyes penetrated through the pale fog that hung heavy around us.I was condemned to purgatory, a place where shunned angels were left to die. Its distorted trees offered no solace, and appeared to choke the sky with its curled branches.My wings were plagued with decay, withering my radiant golden feathers down to the cartilage. Putrid chloride gas was the air i breathed, paling my skin and burning my lungs. I felt like an angel out of hell, giving into the beauty of his glorio
LunaGiving into the minds of the mad,I lie amongst the ghosts of my past.'Look at how it bruise us so,Look at how we seetheHear us as we plead aloudOh God oh why'd you leave?'The stone I knewDust-stained in blueSpoke its dark and sinful truthBut did I not seeThat your glory stoleAnd your wonder dies when left alone?I worshiped you,You covered me,You bore my dreams and constantlyleveled shesang to me.And I sensed no love from herI fought the words that slowly curledAgainst my throat thatDared to choke,My mind my heart hard into stone.Her doldrum winds oncePressed upon me.Like heavy stones, theyCrushed meIt wrecked and tore andToiled my bodyUntil Icouldn't breathe.