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CORRUPTED UNCONSCIOUS MINDS



Men nowadays are so unjust
Children yet don’t know who to trust
Scared the brutality within them
Lions have lost their brutality to them

Children are confused and yet innocent
But their eyes capture all these traumatic events
There’s a man behind them
Who destruct all their conscious minds

Children are scared to walk
Because dogs have lost their barking
There’s something missing
And that needs proper fixing

Men nowadays are so unjust
Trust and humanity died within him
When children see them today
They are afraid of that animal in them

When will they say ‘daddy or uncle’ in peace,
Where’s they don’t care about their future?
Oh! They don’t know who to trust

Within our lives there’s something missing
Prayers.

About this poem

This poem is about men who badly treat children, the innocent souls. It seeks to find means and ways to avoid further occurrences

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Written on September 13, 2009

Submitted by lwazi_m on September 13, 2021

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LWAZI MGULWA

My name is Lwazi Praiseworth Mgulwa from Kamastone Village; Whittlesea. I am from a family passionate about writing and exploring different phenomena. As a village boy I grew up being taught to live by guiding principles which made me to be who I am now. I was made to understand the situation of my home and the entire family lines, respect, caring, loving, showing mercy and living in hope even in hopeless situations. The beautiful mountains of my beautiful land have brought something for me to write about. I have met good people along the way and have made friends out of them. Writing has become part in my life, a gift from Creator. Even when I would see myself in the wilderness I know that I will never be alone. Jah bless my family who motivated me to move even further than this step. I therefore show some honour and maximum respect unto them equally. more…

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