kemurl fofanah

Human Nature - Poem by kemurl fofanah

In did we are powerful but yet useless
We can control ourselves but still thinkless
Our might is in our hand
And still we forget our role in the land
We stationed our brain in working order
And still we strive to hurt our brother
Everything we do involves our consent
So we should recall and try to repent
Every man in this bowl has a villain act
And every soul in human body can kill a fact
All the heart has a price
Its purchase can work when the want rise
But those who are divine
Can never be bought even if they lose their spine


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Poem Submitted: Monday, December 26, 2011

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