Edward Kofi Louis
Confession - Poem by Edward Kofi Louis
Another luminous cofession with a set of illiterates!
And with the credulity of their early acts spoken of;
Like a set of gibbering fools in the name of war,
As they are not ready to listen to the truth.
The waters of the flood came and covered the mountains!
But, the wise will always prepare themselves to be adorned with the truth;
For, the very men of war now found dead in the desert,
With their guns lying beside them!
Like choked and narrow drains in the land of trouble.
The porous nature of war! !
Killing and destroying all mankind on this earth;
Because of the muse of the wicked people armong us,
As the waters of the flood came and covered the mountains.
With brutal attacks on innocent people;
Which clould spell doom to all the nations,
With the set of gibbering fools in the hands of the weapons of war.
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