Francis Duggan


Cruel Meglomaniacal Leaders


Anyone who does speak against them are forced for to flee
Beyond their homeland borders to the life of a refugee
Cruel meglomaniacal leaders of oppressive regimes who impose poverty
On their people beyond themselves they cannot see
For their crimes against humanity they will be made to pay
The Universal Karma it does work in that way
What goes around comes around as some like to say
And their Karma will come to them some night or day
Of their crimes against humanity we read of and hear
They cling on to power through the medium of fear
They do not know how to lead only how to oppress
And the borders of what it is to be human they do happily transgress
But the power of the Universal Karma one ought not to deny
And what goes around comes around to them too does apply.

Submitted: Wednesday, January 20, 2010

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