john chizoba vincent
Hatred - Poem by john chizoba vincent
Eat along with hatred of the heart
And die alone in desperation of life.
Then bitterness welcomes every move
You take, mocking the believe of your mind
Hatred kills dangerously but gently with her
Claws fixed rightly in the inner court of your heart.
Hatred hate another but invite envy,
Hatred destroy the heart speedily.
She burns much more than a fire.
She is the wine of death to them
That dine along side its brand.
Hatred sweeps away goodness of mankind
Then introduce the guilty of wickedness;
Where love ought to have remain.
She poison the mind like a viper's venom,
Betraying the peace of a man among his peers.
Hatred kills faster than death when it dwells
In the soul of a wicked man who seek desperately
Roaring to and fro with no destination but to commit
Avoiding the act is the only means to end evil,
And love is the anti-dot of killing hatred.
Let's love leads! Let love. Leads! !
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