Gbeti gaius Kafui


Prevention and cure


Prevention and cure
Curing under review.
I am the only one who
Make the individual spend all they worked for.
I make the family come together and rob them of their belongings.

I go all the way to disturb
The nation's economy.
Any nation which fails to prevent me,
Faces my wrat.
My name is cure.

I stand high
Calling on individuals
Families,
And the entire nations and the world.
Just practice me.

Am your true ally.
And am no doubts better than cure.
My name is
Prevention.

Submitted: Tuesday, June 25, 2013
Edited: Friday, July 26, 2013

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I actually wrote this poem on my sick bed.then i realised the need to prevent than to cure.

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