Edward Kofi Louis
Philosophical Mind Of A Poet - Poem by Edward Kofi Louis
From the Philosophical Mind of a poet;
Nice and easy! !
Showing love and kindness to the people,
Like dry and Sunny Weather.
In the light of the truth! !
To feel to and fro;
It is there!
It will be,
It is done.
The muse of life,
It is here! !
Like the Sphere,
With the muse of the atmosphere.
The muse of your love,
With the joy of your heart!
The muse of my mind,
With the joy of my love;
To heed to the rules;
With the need for life.
Of the cultures around you,
Of the cultures around me,
With the Philosophical Mind of a poet.
Do you really know the True Name of the Creator? !
From the echoed and the re-echoed words of nature;
With the sounds and the sights of life.
The treacherous dealers have dealt treacherously! !
In the name of illegal lust.
To real to and fro like a drunkard!
To feel the heat,
But, one has to die first before going to heaven or hell.
Bell, ell, spell, sell, tell, well, dwell!
Progressive and regressive;
Often with the truth.
Always bring out the truth.
Questions and answers,
The call of wisdom!
The call of understanding,
The call of knowledge,
Let your positive works be seen by the people around you.
Live righteously and help others,
Sharing and caring for others,
Eagerly seeking and looking for peace;
With the muse of compassion.
Philosophical Mind of a poet,
Joy is the truth! When the right thing is done.
Moving forward with righteous laws.
With the texture of life;
The structure of true love,
The picture of the truth!
Love, peace and joy!
Honour is the truth;
With humility and kindness,
Only with righteous characters.
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