ABOMINATION!

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ABOMINATION!

Mother Nature, do wake up!
Your subjects, against you, are rebelling
I say it is high time you spoke up
Damn the west, answer my calling

I see things, most strange and sad
My eyes have become weary,
Men and beasts have switched sides
Oh! My poor, frail heart is heavy

Cast judgment, Mother Nature!
Truly, nobody is not blameworthy 
Not the ‘brilliant’ Professors in academia
Not the ‘custodians’ of God’s Holy dwelling

Some make bold to say ‘nude is better’
‘In fact, we need clothes no longer’
‘If you want to show your aplomb’
‘Damn shame, march as you were born’

I say, if nudity were a true emblem,
Of concrete confidence and acute acumen
It only follows, that rats and monkeys
Are more refined than haughty humanity

I see things, most strange and gloomy
Things I wish I never did see
Those thought as most chaste in the city
Wear sparse clothes tighter than the skin

How low we have come to stoop
How high we have reached in guilt
Ah! Man has left his alluring half
And doth make love to his equal kind

Such evil, such taboo, such abomination!
Enough to wipe out the Pacific Ocean
So great, mountains crumble in shame
Birds heard and lost their voice amazed

Even swine and brutes are not as silly
To stray from Mother Nature’s decree
Then proclaim to the world that is healthy
A right to be mad, to be free from sanity

Day by day, worse and worse
How I fear for the unborn successors
If this day can like this be
I wonder what the morrow will bring

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WHO AM I TO JUDGE?

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WHO AM I TO JUDGE?

WHO AM I TO JUDGE?

I, A MERE MORTAL MADE OF GRIME

WHO AM I TO EVEN GRUDGE?

CAST STONE ON OTHERS, WHEN THEY DO CRIME

 

I AM BUT A SERVANT OF THE GOD OF ROME

A DEVOUT DISCIPLE OF HIS EMISSARY

I AM BUT A FOLLOWER OF THE HOLY TOME

THOUGH I MAY NOT GRASP IT UTTERLY

 

MY MOTHER SOLD ME OUT IN SLAVERY

TO FOREVER TOIL IN A TERRAIN I KNOW NOT

THOUGH SHE WAS RICHEST IN THE CITY

SIMPLY DEEMED ME A BURDEN TOO MUCH

 

I HAD NEITHER CHOICE NOR SAY

IN WHAT WAS TO AFFECT ME FOREVER

I HATED HER SO MUCH THAT DAY

BUT WHO AM I TO POINT A FINGER?

 

MY BEST FRIEND ONCE SWINDLED ME

BORROWED MY SLIGHT, SMALL, LITTLE PAY

AND THEN SUDDENLY, HE FLEES

NO TIME WAS I EVER AS BETRAYED

 

HE CAME BACK, PLEADED AND I FORGAVE

BUT THEN HE FLED AGAIN, NOW WITH MY WIFE

MY INNERSELF BURNED WITH GREAT RAGE

BUT WHO AM I TO MOAN OR WHINE?

 

 

 

 

DEVOTED IN WORSHIP TO THE MOST-HIGH

I SWIFTLY SOUGHT OUT A NOBLE PRIEST

HE ASSURED ME SUPER-HEAVEN IN THIS LIFE

IF ONLY I SOW ONE-TENTH MY EARNINGS

 

ONE DAY, I SAW MY GOOD PRIEST ON A STEED

TREADING MY PATH, I WAVED THAT HE MAY STOP

ALAS! HE SNUBBED ME, OR SO IT SEEMED

WHO AM I, TO CONDEMN, I AM JUST A SLOB

 

I REMEMBER TOO, ONE POOR, FRAIL GENT

WHO CAME TO MY CABIN TO PRAY

NOT FOR FOOD, BUT MY CONSENT

THAT HE MAY RULE THE WHOLE POPULACE

 

I TRUSTED AND GAVE HIM MY BACKING

THEN, AFTER HE BECAME A REVERED SOVEREIGN

HE LOCKED ME UP FOR STREETBEGGING

BUT HEY, WHO AM I TO COMPLAIN?

 

WHO AM I TO JUDGE?

I, A MERE MORTAL MADE OF GRIME

WHO AM I TO EVEN GRUDGE?

CAST STONE ON OTHERS, WHEN THEY DO CRIME

 

NAY! IN SILENCE I SHALL SPEND MY LIFE

IN LACK, I HAVE BEEN; IN LACK, I WILL EVER BE

PERHAPS, I CAN BLAME FATE FOR MY PLIGHT?

DEFINITELY NOT OTHERS, FOR I AM NOT ‘HE’!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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CHANGE: sequel to DEAR MOTHER, WHY? and BLAME ME NOT

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CHANGE: sequel to DEAR MOTHER, WHY? and BLAME ME NOT .

Change!
Dear mother, change!
Do not deem my words as verbiage
Do not treat them as garbage
For out of an exiguous age,
There may emerge a judicious sage

Change!
Dear mother, change!
I am in a wild outrage
I feel like I am held hostage
For my brothers,
It is always an overage
But my own lot,
Is outages and multiplex shortage

Change!
Dear mother, change!
Change your attitude towards my personage
Liberate me from this bondage
All I seek is good parentage
I have nowhere to voyage
Only with you is my heritage
And from you is my lineage

Yours sincerely,
The common man

DEAR MOTHER, WHY?

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DEAR MOTHER, WHY?

DEAR MOTHER WHY?

 

WHY DO YOU FAVOUR MY BROTHERS OVER ME?

WHY DO YOU SELECT THEM?

TO RULE OVER ME

WHY DO YOU SEND THEM TO SCHOOL?

BUT LEAVE ME TO HAWK

WHY DO YOU GIVE THEM GOOD JOBS?

BUT LEAVE ME IDLE

WHY DO YOU SEND THEM ABROAD FOR TREATMENT?

BUT LEAVE ME TO DIE

WHY DO YOU LEAVE THEM?

WHEN THEY STEAL YOUR MONEY

BUT PUNISH ME SEVERELY

FOR TAKING A MEAT BEAUSE I AM HUNGRY

WHY DO YOU FEED THEM?

BUT LEAVE ME STARVING

WHY DO YOU CLOTHE THEM?

BUT LEAVE ME NAKED

WHY DO YOU SHELTER THEM?

BUT LEAVE ME HOMELESS

 

DEAR MOTHER, WHY?

WHY THIS INJUSTICE?

WHY THIS INEQUALITY?

AM I NOT YOUR SON?

WAS I MISBEGOTTEN?

IS IT BECAUSE I HAVE NO MONEY?

O MOTHER, I CAN NOT UNDERSTAND

 

YOUR LOYAL SON, THE COMMON MAN