micheal john


Aluu Four Murders


Kill! kill! kill!
you that loves to breath
blocked your brother's nostril,
having yours wide open,
swimming in warmth breath of pressure.
Kill! kill! kill!
you that fears death
but forced your brother
to embrace the horrors of it calling,
while you flee to where pleasure tune is heard.
kill! kill! kill!
you thats afraid of pain and torment
but forced your brother
to lie where pain's the song
torment's the rythm
and have thy face hide where
torment and pain flee.
kill! kill! kill!
you that can't decide what holds the next minute.
You that art misery arms flee.
On eeries note you dear not sing.
kill! kill! kill!
you at the arms of misery
sings mercy's song,
at the lowest soft tune of thy voice
but showeth not mercy
to thy brother whom you killed.
kill! kill! kill!
you that fears death but pushed your brother to it Den.
The man you killed was your brother!

Submitted: Wednesday, June 26, 2013
Edited: Thursday, July 25, 2013
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after the killings of the four university students in Aluu community of Portharcut of Nigeria, for the things they did not do, i was vexed within and i put up this poem(to them that killeth) .

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