RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Straightening Crooked Paths - Poem by RoseAnn V. Shawiak
Things falling within beings, left over from memories
of the past, hurting and maiming the person that should
Yet life dictated otherwise through other people's
opinions, directing to make bad choices, now having to
straighten out crooked paths in the end.
Hoping that it's not too late to make amends for all the
wrongs that have been committed, do you think muslims
will ask God for forgiveness and mercy for what they've
done, raping, killing, torturing innocent people? ?
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