Lamina Ifeoluwa

The Natural Man - Poem by Lamina Ifeoluwa

*The Natural man*
By Lamina Ifeoluwa
Ages and centuries pass by
Nature of humans will forever relinquish on high
Has not visualisation at equality
Instead of gentility he dines in frugality
And still he is a man natural
Because he is superficially primordial
A bleeding hear he has without conscience
As opposed to his creator one with essence
He lurks and studs around like it's a norm
While his neighbors wail and frail in stoic
And instead of a sober reflection he stays ecstatic
That is why he is forever static

Oh! Such outlandish attitude man poses
Everyone around him he disposes
Castles of dejection stands tall in penury
Getting blown up, one he tags as awry
Neglecting the fact, it was a new born legacy One borne on his shoulders in supremacy

*I say to the younger generation*
*Never imbibe this mannerism on any occasion*
*Do what is right even when you are looked upon with a leer*
*And spoken ill of even by loved ones so dear*
*Because in life they either get along which you require*
*Or let them go and sing kumbaya*
Pecan crew™

Topic(s) of this poem: human, human condition, nature, nature love

Form: Bio

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, June 17, 2017

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