Edward Kofi Louis
Edward And Ethel - Poem by Edward Kofi Louis
The hidden facts of mankind and,
The earthly laws that surrounds us;
But who will educate us on the truth?
And like Edward and Ethel who were best friends.
The wifely roll of a woman is gone forever and,
It is being plugged by the teachings of a man;
But the beauty of love is like the ancient art of literature.
Faith and directions,
And the memories of my life to tell at times;
But man's problems do end up in the tomb.
I may startle you with my words and,
Like in the days carved into the foliage of acts;
But, 'Shalom' to the grassroots full of vision and love,
For heaven knows my name on this journey.
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