Edward Kofi Louis
Stirk - Poem by Edward Kofi Louis
The end of slavery never ended slavery,
So watch around you and you will understand what i mean;
But the Bible is the most wonderful storybook ever written.
From Ur to Rome and from Nima to the U.S.A.!
And with the narrative issues of the truth from the Hebrews;
So Abraham begot Isaac and Isaac begot Jacob.
The evening and the morning were declared the first day,
So read 'Genesis 1: 5' to understand this muse;
And let true love divide the waters from the waters!
I am called Stirk and i am with the Bible,
But the truth of all things is always around you;
So be very wise always to analyse all things in life.
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