Edward Kofi Louis
In The Den Of Thieves - Poem by Edward Kofi Louis
Living in the den of thieves;
Stealing and going against the laws always.
'Truly, truly, i say to you:
He who does not enter through the door into the sheepfold,
But climbs in some other way; he is a thief and a robber'! !
As seen in the world around us today.
To enter in through the wrong way! !
Like a thief.
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