Holy Sonnet Of The Two Destinies

There's an infinite difference between those That are good and bad; for eternity Separates them both, and endlessly shows Some burning with shame, and some with glory. Think of the eyes that with God's brilliance glows In heaven, and those forever empty In hell, from where no light and no life flows. For some have the 'right' to eat of the tree Of life, beside the river where it grows The fruit, to sustain them eternally. Others, being denied it, have their woes; For by evil works they are unworthy. But they who have the 'right' deserve to live, And God must, in justice, life's rivers give.

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