At least the devil was not a coward.
Though I am no devil sympathiser,
The truth can not be denied,
It takes courage, even if in arrogance,
To speak your mind before your Destroyer.
And if the words were read
The way they were meant to be,
You would know that the devil sins in God's knowledge,
And should God shown upon him mercy,
Who will you blame for your lies?
You walk this earth, chest puffed with pride,
Announcing to the world, heaven is your birth right.
But when the curtains fall, and your fate is put before your sight,
When the devil sniggers, while you try to put up a fight,
When it is too late for you to realise,
You tried to play God, and God made you pay the price.