Daya Nandan

Gold Star - 6,395 Points (2.7.1992 / Malaysia)

The Path Of Evil - Poem by Daya Nandan

In the summary of life there are two paths for a man to take,
Each of a different element that brings out a different man to make,
The road of good, and the road of evil, completely different destinations.
Completely different ways to live life, the two elements that create or destroy nations,

The path of evil may sometimes surround one with power.
Building a wall around one’s heart, a darkened aura based tower,
You might be fooled by what seems like enjoyment and control,
But in reality evil is slowly devouring your tender and weakened soul,

You will never be in complete control, evil will trap you within an illusion,
Planting the seed of evil within your mind, the perfect delusion,
You will never be in complete control on the path of evil, a path so dark
Evil will pour kerosene upon your entire being and ignite a spark

You will be controlled by evil and enjoying what feels like power,
But its a deception, for evil is a soul eater and your soul it shall devour,
Care about yourself., have pride, be proud of who you are,
Be loyal, have respect, Live a life of valor be the world’s shining star,

Travel on the road of good, let not the strings of evil control you.
Control your actions and let those actions be filled with sincerity so true,
At the end of the path, you will end up where you want to be and should be,
Liberate yourself from all evil, let your precious mind be free,

Follow not the ways of evil just because living sinfully pleases the flesh.
Follow the unrotten ways of good for the path of righteousness is always fresh
Choose good over evil, lt will be the best choice you will ever make,
Forget the ways of evil, let them be the stepping stones that you shall take,

Topic(s) of this poem: lifestyle

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, September 13, 2015

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