Nichola Okoro

(11/2/82 / Kaduna Nigeria)

ARMAGEDDON


Envisage such for tomorrow

Species with buckets

With obstinate emerald empty

Or shall never dominate

Or shall be impeccable



A kind of Armageddon

Crude ways supplant glory

Worst apocalypse

To be ever thinkable



Majestic Armageddon

Culture a paragon of virtue

Jejune fanatics

Where trials are numerous

The purist sue for suicide



Suicide is wisdom

So parasollic

Another seminar by ingratitude

Adorned by tutors of ingratitude

Teaching jaundiced seminar vulgarly



Whose volition

This duress is scare to souls



Preys haven’t visors

No visors to aid unwanted desires

Such presentiment to ameliorate

Dominate the abbess.



The concerned

Veer for severe

Depletion of compulsory penance

Submitted: Tuesday, February 16, 2010
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  • Terence George Craddock (2/16/2010 5:22:00 AM)

    Suicide is wisdom
    So parasollic
    Another seminar by ingratitude
    Adorned by tutors of ingratitude
    Teaching jaundiced seminar vulgarly

    ... these are interesting lines, but its not ARMAGEDDON, and it has nothing to do with tutors or seminars. The old testament prophets and finally Revelation gave the exact geographic location where ARMAGEDDON will occur. Nor is it suicide, but a war waged in heaven and on earth. I have visited that valley, I hope to miss that war! (Report) Reply

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