Ajala Samuel Akindele

Rookie - 196 Points (27 09 1997 / osun state)

Power


The forceful means; power
Cometh like a tijanting form
the wax.

Havoc all struggle, agony,
Plight and chaos to be in
Power of the masses

Bewildered unfound in the
Plague of discretion to visit
the heaven.
Power was mine and I have knowledge
Power was mine and I had mystery

Affluence made a lie with
Strive to maintain his loyalty
Without consideration of the
Pauper.
Power ruins in trance;
Power ruins in me;
Power ruins in you;
Power ruins the world
Those who obsess power,
obsess the pauper masses,
affiliated to the result aftermath.

You are the killer of dream
Abducted the kindle of glory
Adopted the mansion ruin fall.

Submitted: Thursday, July 31, 2014
Edited: Thursday, July 31, 2014

Topic of this poem: power


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Power as ruin the world to a great extent, all things are base on the effect of power.People fight for power so as to control the world with their selfish mentality

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