Stephen Evans Heremesi

Rookie (11/11 / Goromonzi)

Victims Of Circumstances - Poem by Stephen Evans Heremesi

Fate dealt them a heavy blow!
Fate, is it what you are saying?
Sure, coz to blame no one seems to bow
To the crime no one seems to be paying

In the minors minds’, trauma they caused
To apologize, no one to think about ever paused
On each other they have laid the blame
Making everything seem like a game

It is the grass that faces the greatest damage
When against each other, elephants go on rampage
Children suffer the most in homes
When suddenly instability forms

They suffered immensely, psychologically
When they did what they were doing selfishly
Paying any attention, no body did bother
While they suffered the pain, the two brothers

Everyone wishes to know the truth
Coz anger it surely will soothe
But everything just seemed to move in circles
For the two innocent victims of circumstances

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Poem Edited: Wednesday, May 18, 2011


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