kipsang kerich

Rookie - 2 Points (1982 june 5th / bomet, kenya)

Passions - Poem by kipsang kerich

to goodness shall be repaid in kind,
and to evil, a double measure of it
for the heart knows no arche greater,
that burns with fury,
than it of a man’s hurting passions

love and it’s ties
that binds-
but wrath, pray thee
that it’s sting upon thee doth find
which burns, with fury untold

ah, me, the traveler
that sees of men’s passions
and what they fashion-
each to a bag of tools,
and that it does best, would.

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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 27, 2009



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