Abominables



Oh, the odious unknowns,
Felt like we've gone far,
Breaking what they can't incur
With a breath beyond the required,
Holding back their own breathren,
Beating own secrets out of charms
Shakin' the unseen grands....off thee

Without the kindness of mighty family,
The filtered smoke, and maybe Saur,
Seen from beyond casting,
The spell beyond the grand greatness
Cased out of, be refrained to the utterance,
Building energy of the unseen choice,
And from that point,
Stand behind the vale.....

With that impunity of the detestable ore,
Ceasing with crowned brothery core
With indecent locomotion off shore,
Telling the the recent tales of the indifference,
But staying sailing on top of creams
The creams of inverted colors,
Seemingly truly fine, but can't believe it....

And that's when you'll value the real you in you....

About this poem

The poem is a simple reflection a political life between the sides of leadership or government that use each other to hide the truth from the public.

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Written on September 16, 2022

Submitted by sharry_monks on September 16, 2022

Modified on March 05, 2023

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Quick analysis:

Scheme XXXXXXA ABXXCXXX BBBCXXX X
Closest metre Iambic tetrameter
Characters 825
Words 154
Stanzas 4
Stanza Lengths 7, 8, 7, 1

Sharry Monks

Sharry Monks born Abdushariff Muhumuza Akiiki is a Ugandan Musical Artist, Creative Artist, Actor, Author and Entrepreneur born on 04, December 1999 to the late Night Lucia Shaban Akiiki (MHSRIP), in Kyenjojo District of Western Uganda. He went various schools for his elementary studies before he joined Makerere University for Bachelors Degree in Drama and Film in 2022. He has released numerous songs including singles and albums, authored many books which are all mainly Distributed by Amazon digital services Inc to various bookstores in the world. He's both a scientific and Artistic Re-searcher in many fields of his interests. He has also written many blogs, articles, and journals among other writeable materials. more…

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