Sallimus

The darkest days were after it

The brightest ones before

But now we're running out of it

Burning to the core

Buildings burn, people hide

My feelings smolder deep inside

My mother screams

A baby cries

Today begins the world's demise

To most it wasn't a surprise

Tomorrow marks a newborn hell

Christians said it was the day Jesus fell

Not a spark left in this void

A world of ashes in careless hands

A harsh fate fell upon the land

How merciless can destiny be?

The Mayans spoke of it in prophecy

Some called it an impossibility

Did they honestly believe that?

Look at us now; we're on the brink of fate's spat

The darkest days were after it

The brightest ones before

But now we're running out of it

Burning to the core

A/N: This is a collab with u/827107/worthwritingfor She's an awesome author and I'm a poet. We sit by each other on the bus, and this was the product. It's about the end of the world, in case you can't tell. Review my friends.

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