Dr John Celes
The Modern World Will Change For Good And Soon!
The time has come for all to take off masks!
The world now wants just faces in true forms;
No one's ready to trust ones with make-ups;
No one can cheat the masses anymore!
The many forms of corruption are known;
The world cannot allow this vice to grow;
The massive tree, well-rooted has to go;
The felling must be done most scrupulously!
The common man can take no more insults;
The poor cannot remain so poor for long;
The cheated voters will change leaders fast;
The wounded hearts want healing to begin.
All sufferings must abate in rapid ways;
The tax-payers money can't be turned black;
Progress of nations must be transparent;
None want wastage of foods and resources!
A revolution ought to cleanse systems;
The innocents can't suffer anymore;
Man's Conscience will take the upper hand;
The laws of lands will change for justice quick!
The health of nations needs to be revamped;
The wealth of nations needs to be preserved;
Good culture, heritage need protection;
The unborn human beings must be saved!
Pro-life will turn a mountain from mole-size;
The natural laws will dwarf all man-made ones;
All righteousness will storm all bastions;
This world of people needs to have new hearts!
The change for better will gain momentum;
The war o'er untruth will be won by truth;
More faces unmasked will wear smiles and laugh;
The Omnipotent God will soon be pleased!
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