Satan In Disguise - Poem by Suraj Samtani
You're an Angel.
You're a Devil.
Are you also in the God-sent Bible?
You do to me, like no other.
Yet, you claim to be like my brother.
Are we really from the same mother?
At times we've had our rows,
At times you took your bows.
Was supporting each other really our vows?
At times, you're nothing.
At times, you're my everything.
Was it really you,
who gave me that special ring?
I've seen you with other guys,
I've seen you break our ties.
I now ask if you're at all wise?
You've even had an abortion.
Our love is undoubtedly out of proportion.
What else is left, for absorption?
You've committed a sin,
By taking the life of a kin.
From this, what did you win?
You weren't worth the sacrifice,
& I hope you pay the price.
What can be worse for you,
than to burn on ice?
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