RoseAnn V. Shawiak

Gold Star - 144,832 Points (October 6,1950 / New Jersey)

Scourge Of Humanity - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak

There's not a soul in the White House who cares about
life as they watch people being killed, murdered by
isis, muslims, jihad and al queda.

Where did these monsters spring from? How could their
mothers have raised such irreprehensible demons, alas,
the blame seems to fall on the fathers.

They've fed them hatred in baby bottles, constantly
throughout life giving them many doses of intolerance,
racism, prejudice of anyone who disagreed with them.

People of every walk of life, different cultures, races,
religions cannot be infidels for they are the ones who
believe in God.

These demons are defiled, not having any beliefs in God,
only human lust and pedophilia, living like the ignorant
one who taught them this way of life, their mohammed.

What a waste of intelligence, they need to kill and murder
themselves for being the scourge of humanity on this earth
not the innocent women, children and men of faith.

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Comments about Scourge Of Humanity by RoseAnn V. Shawiak

  • Michael Walkerjohn (9/20/2015 10:10:00 PM)

    Aloha RoseAnn...

    Thank you for your post... quite revealing of your learning's and leanings... and very personally opinionated as all political diatribe is... The point is this however; one's personal research or lack thereof, one's lifetime experiences or lack thereof, one's logical comprehension of fact... however presented... shows up in the words that each flies into the ether... Please, do some in-depth research on any of the statements you have penned will most certainly find that you do need to revise all of your statements... Have the courage to reach for the truth to this debacle... I can with all certainty... repudiate all of your points... easily... All of the best from this life, to you, and all of your relations... Michaelw1two
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