Goodenough Sakhile Dlamini
Fake Saints - Poem by Goodenough Sakhile Dlamini
Approaching clean as emulation, or veneration,
Canonization or glorification.
Enemy of Holiness
Sanctity no its Profanity
Negative of what is virtue.
Denomination of dominated feelings
Reverse of Christ dwells
Contrary of Emulation, or veneration,
Conflicting the Church recognition
Secular that’s the real description
Description of what they belong
Tiresome priest clerical collar,
The hearts bleeds Satan’s blood
Falsifying to get what they want.
Imitating the truth right through in the eyes.
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