The great poet's great epic! The great epic's burning hell! The burning hell's invisible fire! And burning in that fire stood Lucifer!
Lucifer's eyes contained The burning desire to rule! Thrown out of paradise, He stood erect, Face epitome of rebellion Heart full of choked emotions Thus, spoke the new ruler "It is better to rule in hell, Than to serve in heaven"
All his followers echoed The words, the feelings, the emotions. All hell broke down A new ruler in the hell Was installed, by default! Could it be God's fault?
God smiled! Though, so did Lucifer The great poet could no see Through the smile of good and evil It is God almighty who rules the paradise! And Lucifer is the ruler of Hell! Rest all are mere mortals! Mere slaves! Mere followers! Be it heaven or hell We won't live to tell The miseries of our lives.