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Seven Deadly Virtues Prologue
Prologue

by Dylan



Charity
I gave and gave, but I still feel empty
Patience,
I waited, but I still feel blue
Fortitude
I thought I was strong, but I fell to my knees
Justice,
I believed it would come, but the truth still didnít set me free
Temperance,
Is a sin. Donít hold back your anger, because itíll burn you from within.
Donít hold back on anything, itís the only way to win.
Hope,
I hoped and hoped, and then hope never came.
Hoping changed nothing, things always stayed the same
Faith
I believed in something, then realized it was never there
Prudence
Is the only virtue that doesnít ring hollow.
Should have thought long before I accepted the others,
they were bitter pills to swallow.

Virtue upon virtue wonít clean a single sin
Keeping god in your heart wonít stop the devil from slipping in
So sit and throw me another glare as you sing praise of your virtues
I think itís time to be a sinner...even if I do lose.





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