joe foster

Rookie - 48 Points (september 9,1981 / memphis, tennesee)

Morality - Poem by joe foster

Redefining the rules,
life without morality,
making destinations of immoral activity,
some of us listen for the inner voice,
some listen to there gut.
a life without morality,
strange findings,
as disease spreads across the sky,
consumed by hatred and pain,
jealousy,
wishing for fame,
as sadness becomes an allergic reaction,
to which there is no such thing as satisfaction,
no life at all,
just existence.


Poet's Notes about The Poem

I'm not religious but I believe in morals. I struggle with this too.
I think all of us do. The world is to fast these days.

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  • (5/15/2012 10:57:00 AM)


    Morals! Morals! Morals, precisely what is lacking in the whole world, it does not anything to do with primary religion, but the behavior and the respect that you give for yourself, it could be physical nor emotional, but stays as that spiritual factor that really defines the inner of your mind, heart and soul, its a wonderful, I really loved reading it-Write More

    The_African_Son
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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 15, 2012



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