The Last Day - Poem by ADEWUMI JOSHUA
A murderer lynching a thief;
fornicators judging pornographers;
leaving in the last days,
silhouted from the truth.
So many are shaded away
from the light of his presence.The marauders
poisoned them with false-truths.
They asked themselves,
'which is holier?
the imam, or the priest? '
The polemic discussion continues.
In the name of religion!
The chariots charge
to grease their squeeking wheels
with the blood of compatriots.
the lioness vying to lead the pride.
The dynamite detonated!
The unit is sent in disarray!
Insurbodination of children.
Alas! The world is going down.
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