Edward Kofi Louis
Vauxhaul - Poem by Edward Kofi Louis
In 70 CE!
It was no more;
Of the powers! !
And, of the People;
But, do you like what you see around you today?
Then, think twice before you throw a Stone in a Glass House.
In the world today,
The extraordinary Dogs are now out of their chains! !
And, illegal lust is like the very common Food on thier tables;
However, try to live a better life today to overcome all Odds.
Hiroshima Bay! !
I am Vauxhaul with the words of peace;
Walking across your coastal line to understand your muse,
For, man-made powers are now destroying the world! !
And like, what is seen in Syria today.
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