Kweku Atta Crayon

Rookie - 10 Points (17th October,1990 / Prestea-Western Region of Ghana)

Heaven Or Hell


A world on web, Facebook
written on computers not books
No existing citizens
But billions denizens

By click, Ghana reaches Uganda
Blacks and whites, like the panda
No tribes, no racism
Elites, poor but no favouritism

Joy and sorrow, posted
Chats and meetings hosted
Nm, igtg, Lol, Lmao-language
Profiles, large rooms withno luggage

Facebook, a church and club
Room of intellects and pups
Morning prayers, afternoon activities
Greetings from different countries

Voices of 'Angels on earth'
Roars against your birth
Works of the occults
To Mark Zuckerberg, an assault

Speakers of antichrist
Please leave us in our kryst
In comfort, we continue to hail
Whether heaven or hell.

Submitted: Thursday, July 11, 2013
Edited: Friday, July 12, 2013
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Facebook is just an initiative of another young guy who had the dream of making money in the process of making the world a comfortable and easy one. Pay no mind to these hungry pastors who go about associating anything good to the devil all in an effort to fill their pockets. Facebook till death.

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