kalke anawkam

Rookie (18th march 1978 / leicester)

The Wise Stay Quiet Poem by kalke anawkam


The wise say,
That the wise stay quiet,
However, the wiser suggest,
The wise stay quiet,
Cos they have nothing wise to say….

So the wise say,
The wise, stay quiet,
But the wiser, suggest questioning,
& to try it,
you never know, you might be chatting shit…
cos the glove don’t fit, & the wisest never quit…
like a flame, determined to stay lit…..

Like parrots they squawk….
Verses from, the wise mans book….
Not realising, they’re bait on a hook…..
Just take a LOOK at your Holy Book! ! !

Like EZRA, Chapter 9,
Bait on an anchored line….

Think before you speak….
Cos you might sound weak….

TRANSCENDENTAL words of wisdom,
Each one an infinite kingdom….

Transliterated, translucent, mellifluous prescription,
Towards SANSKRIT ARYAN ENCRYPTION….

Providing defined, refined definition….
In other words UNIVERSAL SANSKRYPTION….

Leaving the mouth of the fool,
Dribbling with drool….
Afterall fools….are nothing but TOOLS….

Caged by a book,
Bait on a hook..

Submitted: Thursday, August 4, 2005
Edited: Sunday, October 16, 2005

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