Sonnet 2 Flow Of Thoughts - Poem by Abdulrazak Aralimatti
Thoughts that flow through the id,
Wander with an immoral ride,
Such thoughts should get rid,
The one that don't abide.
Thoughts that are virtuous and right,
Make actions and deeds noble,
Our future brilliant and bright,
And the vice thin and feeble.
Let thoughts flow through superego,
And capture the roots of morality,
Let thoughts through conscience flow,
To know its self and reality.
If such then, will be a true gain,
In a memoir to write and retain.
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