TRUST NONE, EVEN ME! by Moses Oluwatobi Adebayo

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Be you and trust none; Nor that eats thy flesh, drinks from thy blood;
Beloved, trust none; e’en me, albeit ain’t paranoid;
But whilst thou must trust, only trust upon most high God,
Believe not, Men’s falsity; empty art they, so Void;
Bittin’ and gashing down the breast as like edged-sword;

Ho heck! Why doth men hurts and not loyal?
Himself ain’t a Saint-seraph, but a mere mortal,
Hitherto, Hath I hired the moon, hereafter he b’thine referral;
Halos thee withal marigolds than lilies canst enthrall,
Honey lips wilt flow lyrics, e’en with no rehearsal;

Lo, Believe but Never trust men!
Learn therefrom perils of those that hath fall’n;
Lose him only life, To a cheetah in a kitten’s skin;
Live desert’d better it is, Than die in bosom of devious affection,
Life is dear, wisdom, courage, all brings admiration.

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