Wise Fool Poem by Joshua Adeyemi

Wise Fool

Rating: 5.0

There is a folk I know
quite too well,
he does not refund when he owe,
at least that's how well I can tell.

Then came a day
stars littered in the sky,
he left the house again,
To in the same sin ply.

He's such a torn
in the feeble flesh,
and a cowries headed horn
seeped in the quintessence.

But on his way
he met a flaw:
a bus collided with him,
and his consciousness took a walk.

Ribs carved, bones twisted,
joints squat, veins stooped,
mitigating blood clutched lethargy,
confetti of dispersing breath imbued.

None to take him from the spot,
since all neighbors were his sport,
even death ain't interested in taking him from the spot,
but if you're, you could go forth.
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Wise Fool
Saturday, September 28, 2019
Topic(s) of this poem: evil,moral teachings
Anil Kumar Panda 04 October 2019

A very well crafted poem with a strong message for those who never extend a helping hand to the people in difficulty. Thanks for sharing.10++

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Joshua Adeyemi 04 October 2019

Thanks for the comment...

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Kingsley Egbukole 28 September 2019

A beautiful poem clearly showing the the result of ingratitude. Kingsley Egbukole

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Joshua Adeyemi 29 September 2019

Thanks for going through it...

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Akham Nilabirdhwaja Singh 28 September 2019

A great moral lesson in the poem! Enjoyed reading.

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