angel dzidula komla gbedemah
Blinded Fun - Poem by angel dzidula komla gbedemah
Youthful exuberance blinds many,
As they evolve into Biological chimneys,
An embodiment of alcohol,
And promiscuous devourers;
Fallacious beliefs etched in many hearts,
That a honey filled life this is;
Wasteful is their lifestyle,
Since the future they consider not,
Wishing tomorrow never comes,
So they forever remain youthful.
The influence is so enormous,
Such that sin is upheld;
Their thoughts epitomized with immorality,
For good to look evil,
And righteousness made sinful,
With the holy ones called misfits.
Remember the statutes of God,
Keep his commandments at heart,
And glorify him as you are young,
By being an emitting ray of his beauty.
Fear the lord,
Forgo this worldly fun,
As this shall last but a while,
With old age catching you up,
And you will sing the song of regrets.
WRITTEN BY: ANGEL DZIDULA-KOMLA
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