Etudaye Musa Abdulazeez

Rookie - 451 Points (11/01/1996 / Idozumi Okene Kogi State, Nigeria.)

Meatarians, Mr. Injustice - Poem by Etudaye Musa Abdulazeez

Carnivores! (I laugh)
Fear
If a goat will not
Be brought to justice;
As to favour our dear
Meatarians In throne.
Shameful Great work!
Our myopic men of law.

But
In the animals' kingdom;
The Lion is a king,
Very fierce
With sharp thorns
And blades of claws
Which draw final lines
Of mortality on flesh.

With poisonous and
Untasteful teeth
That tatter and
Entwine the flesh
Down the abdomen
For pleasure,

With; Very perplexing
Eyes and scattered
Mustaches that
Rise to heaven;
And down to earth
When he pants.

No horny nail do men,
No such teeth very; to envenom,
No such menacing eyes and mad mustaches.

Dear Lions, don't overlook,
Your men have hunters;
Outside hounds your enemy friends,
They can sprout
Deep wounds on you,
They can haunt
And hunt you
And plummet you like a feather.

Dear Lions, Dear kings,
Dear heartrending kings,
Fellow men carnivores,
Mr. Injustice,
Too harsh, Very harsh;
You prey and prey us.
Even we are the wise ignorant,
Greedily and selfishly made you a decision.

Arraign us in
Your law furnished courts
And convict us guilty
Of contravening
Your brutal acts,
Claw us,
Envenom us,
And Prey on us.

Dear Lions, Your Powers,
Your dreadful strengths,
Your anguishing weapons
Lack animateness
Quite, men can needle you with arrow.
A very crowning point;
Lord God The Sacrosanct Judge,
Since in all matters, He ventures.

Topic(s) of this poem: justice, leaders, lion, sorrow


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