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  149.     

Who You Worship

The innocence of the sun in the morning, thick clouds casting shadows like daylight apparitions, civilians running away from intermittent drizzles, religions conflicting in the mire of broken promises, the fall of mankind in the dusk and reviving with lucifer at dawn of enlightenment, these are universal norms, we are overwhelmed by strange powers from parallel world, and commuting poverty into lust for money, this evil life has hit hard, hard enough to cause spiritual concussion, we are tamed, living life in a web of hardship, the price of life is on a hike, now mankind has to embrace spiritual benefits, to set himself free from the redemptive suffering, chug the holy wine, forsake alien gods and be worthy of reverential praise.
 
Simon Quperlier

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Prosperity

I have pockets full of prosperity, prosperity barely born from fame and universal glamour, Skeptics now speak in tongues cause they can't find better words to describe me, if I light my cigarette and walk past them, my smoke keeps mocking them and the ashes after a flick metaphorically rest them in peace, so the broke men came over asking for salvation like I'm Jesus, and I sent them to Calvary where their minds have been crucified, Mental age regression is the poverty, Prosperity is when you can re-evaluate your past encounters and experiences and configure your logic to reason beyond expectations.
 
Simon Quperlier

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They Got Tired

Sufferings, pains, wars, human errors, and A lot of ugly things led them Into ugly tents of shame, Into ugly boats of death, Into that ugly loss here and there, Into ugly separation, Into that ugly poverty and Into that horrible misery, They lost their original addresses, They lost their real names, They lost their loved ones, They lost their pretty houses, They lost their own ways, and finally They got tired.
 
MOHAMMAD SKATI

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A Pair Of Shoes

If someone does not own A pair of shoes, then He has to walk barefooted, There are people who lack money To buy even used or very cheap pairs of shoes Simply because they are poor and Their poverty is abject, so Who give these poor people Some pairs of shoes anytime? ! ______________________________________________________________________
 
MOHAMMAD SKATI

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