Abdul Wahab


<< Let's have a chat philosophizing


The great men of the world
including our beloved prophets in their leisure time
or after taking meal
did it
so come and let's have a chat
philosophizing on anything concerning us
and reflect them back upon
our lives
today we shall ponder on why nearly all of the prophets
in their early life were either a cowboy or a shepherded
the reasons are they
or we
the human beings
did they need a herd to guide
or we behave stubborn like sheep and goats
if you push they pull
if you pull they push
a great lesson
they were taught before hand
to handle mankind
born with stiff obstinacy
and more worse the situation becomes
when it couples with the instinct of rebellion

Submitted: Thursday, June 19, 2014

Topic of this poem: philosophy


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  • Rookie - 336 Points Christian Hudak (6/19/2014 12:34:00 PM)

    Wow, beautiful poem! Short, but the farthest thing from simple! Truly great (:
    I invite you to check out some of my own, and leave any advise for me as a writer, I would greatly appreciate it!

    sincerely - Christian Hudak (Report) Reply

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