God condemns man to living death,
divine madness stealing each breath.
Against fate does Heaven conspire,
denying each Hell-born desire.
Upon divine ashes man feeds,
seduced by his exigent needs.
In God one should never place trust,
for soon will life return to dust.
Creation shakes with profound mirth,
denying mankind's sense of worth.
Ambitions are placed out of reach,
as futile action God does teach.
Deity becomes puppeteer,
showing Heaven to be nadir.
Faith supports the morally weak,
against which no one dares to speak.
Heaven's madness steals divine breath,
denying man each Hell-born death.
God condemns each living desire,
so against fate does man conspire.
Now and forever, my heart hears ~one voice~.