This could mean a whole lot more than you think.
This could mean eternity fading off. Literally, this could mean more coin for those who feel supremacy is the thing; the little key that suits the comfort of the lock.
This could mean, more cash for those that feel the suit would suit in the comfort of their very own skin.
Well! This could mean this very rain drops. And here, it ends the certainty for one ahead. A dry dooms day reign would be put to an end if this dark clouds throw up on us, it's heavy rain drops.
But all we see are counterparts to the unforeseen, prophecy of no redemption. We are eating up the rewards for what kings owe. All must have sinned. For in pain, the prophecy was casted in drafts of images, imaginary though vivid, so all man would dream in slight moments of sleep. For all minds had to conceive the very image, all eyes had seen.
Once again, I lay down my premises, thoughts rooted in my believe, causes of my confident existence, curses laid after fathers in pursuit of sons, this very pain of consequences,
of actions we never took.
But rounds after rounds, it comes in sequence and it's we bowling up the debts for what kings owe.
I strongly believe,
'Many might not survive the night'. And on the morrow, comes thoughts from yesterday, leading to the essence of my very agitation:
"Are we to lay back for all the past kings owe?"
And those we have called brothers perishing before our eyes, makes me ponder in thoughts;
"Who our kin's owe?"
Paragraph 1, is actually talking about eternity fading off and why the rich are in a hurry to cause havoc that might challenge the existence of humanity so they can make more cash.
"Literally, this would mean more coin for those who feel supremacy is the thing; the little key that suits the comfort of the lock."
The sentence in quote, shows the writer's state of mind about money being the key to many things, not all problems.
The article 'the' used before 'lock' is a definite article which makes the word 'lock' definite. So, it's addressing a particular set of thing, not all set of things. If the word 'a' was in place of 'the', that means money would be the key to all problem as most people think.
Paragraph 2, talks about how men are blind folded.
When rain falls, objects are being washed clean to an extent.
The talk about rain from the start of that paragraph, depicts the slightest form of wisdom to drop on humanity so we could see beyond what we are being made to see. Stuffs like, we doing so many things that would benefit the government while we suffer.
The word 'kingship' was used there to depict power. And it shows us putting our government in a position where they can't be thrown out except they can't rule any more.
Remember, kingship in normal circumstances won't end until a king is dead or something unexpected happens. But a king can't be thrown out with votes.
The last part of that paragraph, (already in the quote below)
"...imaginary though vivid, so all man would dream in slight moments of sleep. For all minds had to conceive the very image all eye had seen."
is talking about redemption in form of wisdom. Since sleep is another realm, the writer is trying to tell us that the slightest form of divine wisdom would put all man in a realm where the truth will be seen like it is.
The third paragraph talks about this same issue to have been the parasite that ate up the guts of our fathers.
In the last paragraph, a valid question was posed by the writer asking if we are willing to remain paying up debts that our fathers owed.
(Remember we were born free. So, those debt might have been imposed on our fathers but they saw it as debt. They have been mentally convinced that they owe. Now we are being convinced that, our fathers' foster debt are meant to be paid up by us.)
And one way the writer could rewire our thoughts, was to bring up the pain our kin go through because we have decided not to wise up to the light of wisdom.