Fall Of Man - Poem by Jojoba Mansell
Beware the fall of man,
it’s nearer than you know.
Save your soul while you can,
civilisations about to go.
The wars we wage, the cash we seek,
celebrity reaches saturation.
We idolise the strong, neglect the weak,
put greed before the human nation.
But all, my friend, is not yet done,
there’s time to stop the rot.
Our moral fight can still be won,
it’s about giving, not what you’ve got.
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