Seth Yuhi Musinga
Bad Friends - Poem by Seth Yuhi Musinga
Their thoughts are buzzing like a swarm of bees,
their tongues are like polar needles,
their eyes are hollows of madness and hair like moldy hay,
their laugh moves like a bat through silent haunted woods,
they drive you crazily and dispose your dreams.
Their ideas succeeded each other like a dynasty of kings,
their gossip is destructive as the lightning flash,
they move around like serpents struggling in a vulture's grasp,
their laugh is like a rainbow-tinted spray,
they demean your value and destroy your image.
They seem innocent as new laid eggs,
but lie like a con at his parole hearing,
they are shallow and callow minded individuals,
deframe your abilities and disbelieve your opinions,
vanished like the shapes that float upon a summer s dream.
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