WHAT IF WE LOVE ONE ANOTHER

The life force of brotherhood Is ensnared by indigenous strain And strangled by strife of tradition Man is become enemy to his kin Existence becomes distressed And its hues, spoiled and soiled By the blemishes of bloodletting The black streaks of godly fervor A legacy of clashing cultures And merchandise of dogmatic hatred Will enough… Continue reading WHAT IF WE LOVE ONE ANOTHER