Edward Kofi Louis
Insults - Poem by Edward Kofi Louis
A wholesome tongue is a tree of life,
But perverseness in it breaks the spirit!
But one who admonishes a scoffer receives insults.
The evil will bow before the righteous,
But the world is so cruel today!
And it is like a father and his son sleeping with the same woman.
Love yourself so that you can do what you love,
And like the touch od substance in the name of love;
But the cruel of this world today is like,
A woman and her daughter sleeping with the same man!
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