ivor or ivor.e hogg

Rookie (7/4/1934 / Hebburn.Co Durham U.K)

Penalty Clause. - Poem by ivor or ivor.e hogg

The quality of mercy is unknown.
To terrorists who maim and kill
and claim they're doing Allah's will.
They have agendas of their own.

Young men who have been led astray.
By evil men who pose as priests.
So many in the world today
Who have less conscience than brute beasts.

Though Allah is all merciful.
There are some sins he won't forgive.
Though corrupt priests grow powerful.
Through plots and plans which they contrive.

The burning lakes of fire await
For those who lead young men astray.
They thoroughly deserve their fate.
There has to be a reckoning day.

It was their choice to disobey.
The message that the prophet brought.
As sure as night must follow day.
They will be punished as they ought.

The quality of mercy is unknown
To terrorist who maim and kill.
They are defying Allah's will.
The blame is theirs and theirs alone.

Wednesday,07 March 2012

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