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Thursday, 26 April 2012

Fallen Angels



Will prudence be told of the outcome of ventures 
Did we not first seek his assurance 
And had him be labelled as a man of honor 


How immense and intense, with intent 
The infection of greed on these hills 
We call our home, our motherland 


That tsunami of dishonor 
Could reach the highest mountain peak 
And infect with ease the last good man 


To wake and be surrounded  morally 
By a society turned into 
Episodes of the Shaun of the dead 


Why have so many church stands 
And sit on the front rows of sermon 
Pay your tithes and sing hymns 


Only to go out and drink the blood 
Gorge the blood of your neighbor 
And be blind by the poor that surround 


Will prudence be told of the outcome of ventures 
Did we not first seek his assurance 
And had him be labelled as a man of honor 

1 comment:

  1. For some it is easy to ignore what is going on right before their eyes and for others it is not so easy. But there is a need to let everyone fish instead of taking the fish to give to those who refuse to fish. If everyone is able to freely fish then everyone gets a chance to be able to eat their fish that they have worked hard to catch and have the honor of being able to catch their own fish instead of given to them due to pity.

    Neighbors who lovingly help their neighbors to better themselves are the ones who truly see what is needed and give willingly instead of having it taken. These are the ones who really see.

    Hope your weekend is great. Happy Theme Thursday.

    God bless.

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