As the ones cast from heaven paraded into hell, their wings were singed and burned, pain dulling as flesh charred. Their halos were forged under such pressure into precious stones and rocks, but invisible to the angels placed on Earth - humans, ones like you and me. We're still kind of the lucky ones.

As the ones cast from heaven paraded into hell, their wings were singed and burned, pain dulling as flesh charred. Their halos were forged under such pressure into precious stones and rocks, but invisible to the angels placed on Earth - humans, ones like you and me. We're still kind of the lucky ones.

"... dunnest smoke of hell... nor heaven..." Shakespeare uses the references of heaven and hell in the same section as he tries to show the distinct line between what is good and what is bad, and that Lady Macbeth's plans are bad.

"... dunnest smoke of hell... nor heaven..." Shakespeare uses the references of heaven and hell in the same section as he tries to show the distinct line between what is good and what is bad, and that Lady Macbeth's plans are bad.

Original Poetry by Jessica Katoff - http://instagram.com/jessicakatoff

Original Poetry by Jessica Katoff - http://instagram.com/jessicakatoff

go to hell for heavens sake- bring me the horizon haha get it cus heaven and hell are oh thats funny

go to hell for heavens sake- bring me the horizon haha get it cus heaven and hell are oh thats funny

Love this... Almost looks like an image of heaven and hell to me... Shame the skeleton wasn't black though

Love this... Almost looks like an image of heaven and hell to me... Shame the skeleton wasn't black though

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