Jacques Sprenkie Mateya
Glazing Life - Poem by Jacques Sprenkie Mateya
I stood in darkness,
Gazing at you in the light
I laughed! ! ! Not at you.
at us, you and me
I was feeding my mind with the truth from darkness.
We give people who deserve nothing, everything
And those who deserve everything, nothing.
We give up when we have to give all
And give all when we have to give up.
We makes flaws pillars And strengths doormats
We think like poor man
And we look poor
How can we be smart in antagonistic mind?
We make right people wrong people
And wrong people right people
This darkness is an island of confusion.
i look confused! neh?
And i am in pool of misconception,
Lies and truth in our eyes is the same.
There is a resemblance in evil and good
Our mist is full on light and dark
Its prejudices my thoughts.
This is a truthful lies and lies of truth
The enemy of our dissatisfaction, the satisfaction.
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