The Judgment Day II, lines 205-306 [end]

The conclusion of the poem, moving from the wretchedness of the sinners to the joy of the blessed and the beauties they will perceive.

The Judgment Day II, lines 107-204

The poem continues with a description of the Day of Judgment, including fire, ice and gnawing by worms.

The Judgment Day II, lines 1-106

A narrator located in a beautiful place, tells how he is sorry for his sins and creates verses about the Last Judgment.  In this part of the poem he urges hearers to think of the horrible punishments that will come on that day.