Abomination Now Exposed

Love they spout, love they falsely declare,
Yet their eyes betray a darkness, a glare.
A cocktail of hatred, lust, and envy,
Craving what's not theirs, God deems unholy.

Love they proclaim, a charade so grand,
Indulging in sin, a pleasure demand.
Mashing truth like noodles in a deceitful brew,
A lie dressed as love, and rights misconstrued.

America, oh how you've faltered,
Children ensnared in TV's grip, stories untold.
Elders committing crimes for pleasure's sake,
Lust beneath the anthem, laws supporting the fake.

Children suffer the consequences of societal sins,
Nudity trends, decency bent.
Dress codes disrespected in the name of liberty,
Debauchery rampant, claiming greatness with glee.

A victim am I of this cruel game,
Taught lessons unsought, leading to shame.
Curiosity sparked, innocence tarnished,
Oh, America, my innocence you've garnished.

Once a pure child with an untainted mind,
Your pride nearly led me to my decline.
If not for God, where would I reside,
In a world where shame masquerades as glee?

In the name of acceptance, abominations embraced,
What was unholy now applauded and praised.
Same-sex unions paraded in false equity,
A mockery of God's plan, a blatant heresy.

TikTok, the new harbinger of sin,
Trends promoting vandalism within.
Bathrooms defiled, decency abandoned,
In the name of likes, morality to bend.

In the name of body image, abortions justified,
Innocent lives extinguished, under the banner of women's rights.
Laws claiming protection, now wielded as a knife,
Becoming a weapon against the lives it should serve.

In the name of fame and riches, deals made,
Love proclaimed, yet atrocities laid.

In the name of God, churches tyrant-like,
Preaching prosperity, as if Jesus sought wealth's spike.

In the name of beauty, surgeries unfold,
Young girls alter bodies, a story untold.
As if God made mistakes in His creation,
A defiance of divine design, a false fixation.

In the name of knowledge, forbidden knowing gained,
Sacred boundaries crossed, wisdom profaned.
In the name of money and power, nations collide,
Killing each other, as if life's a commodity to decide.

Crimes, racism, and rape,
Just to name a Few
Violence Against Christians, a war to reshape.
And yet, in God we trust, they dare profess,
What God is this, with such moral regress?

Tell me, people, tell me, world so wide,
What God is this, where sins abide?
For the God I know rejects abomination,

Leading astray, they say love, I say lust, a stark revelation.

About this poem

"Abomination Now Exposed" is a poignant and critical poem authored by Christen Kuikoua. The poem delves into a contemplative exploration of societal issues, moral decay, and the perceived contradictions within contemporary American & World Culture. Kuikoua uses vivid and evocative language to shed light on what they perceive as the erosion of values and the embrace of behaviors considered contrary to traditional moral standards. The verses traverse a spectrum of societal concerns, including the distortion of love, the impact of media and technology on the younger generation, the erosion of innocence, the redefinition of morality, and the questioning of religious convictions. The title, "Abomination Now Exposed," hints at the unveiling of hidden or overlooked aspects of society that the author finds morally objectionable. Through powerful imagery and emotive language, the poem criticizes the alleged hypocrisy in declarations of love, challenges societal norms, and addresses controversial topics such as same-sex unions, abortion, the influence of social media, and the pursuit of wealth. The poet expresses a sense of disillusionment with a society that, in their view, has strayed from a moral path. 

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Written on February 01, 2024

Submitted by ChristenKuikouafans on February 01, 2024

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Closest metre Iambic hexameter
Characters 2,492
Words 476
Stanzas 16
Stanza Lengths 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 4, 2, 2, 4, 4, 5, 3, 1

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