You Can Never Do Us Wrong! - Poem by Driven Endowed
Even if your prowess puffed the earth,
Like that of the puffed-cigarette,
Even if worth envy my heart,
Like that of the chalantan bigot.
Even if your efflunce breway the atmosphere,
Like that of the infavourable blaze,
Even if you're being faithful to swear,
To acquire the chief-judge please.
Even if you tarnish thousands of sand,
Which can never be defeated,
Even if your aphorism turn to wand,
Like that of the Moses' powerful gifted.
Even if you helm your sword against the temple,
Like that of the sorrowful elbow,
Even if you crap Jesus' disciple,
Like that of the Judas' coward-bow.
Even if you glooms up omission,
Like that of the exploded chairs,
Even if you manipulate multi-corruption,
Like that of the cunning-politicians.
Even if you substance your jelly,
Like that of the vitreous humour,
Which aggrandized the eye-belly,
That promotes the attractive rumour.
You can never do us wrong!
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