Marbet Daniel

Rookie - 18 Points (Kenya)

Welcome To The World


Welcome to the world
A world of many worlds
A world of no sympathy
Neither do it has empathy
A world of much struggle
Without which there is no survival.

A world of wine and spirit'
Destroys mind and spirit.
Addiction and self control
Either etiquette or respect
A world of oscillations, from bars,
To behind bars.

A world of sexual immorality
Enjoyment that never last
The effect of body lust
Irresponsible reproductions
Murders through abortions
Spread of killer diseases
A grave to many youths.

World of idleness
Indolent behavior
A friend to many losers
The mother to poverty
Crime and disrespect to everyone
Claiming early retirement
From the world of struggle
To a world unknown to the living

A world of hard work and determination
The way to a better destination
A world of world class recognition
A world desired by all generation'
A world of realizing dreams and visions.

Submitted: Thursday, April 12, 2012

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  • Rookie - 1 Points Jinal Oswal (4/12/2012 2:55:00 AM)

    A world which does have humanity
    A world which is calling for unanimity
    A world which will change someday
    A world which will be worth the stay

    I loved your poem.. It has all the true things that we see, experience in our day to day life... But lets not lose hopes.. One day it will change.. And it will be our thoughts that will change it... Thank you for putting light on these topics... (Report) Reply

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