spiritual seeker

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Repaid


O those with evil in their eyes,
O those with evil in their hearts,
O those with evil in their hands,
the warm and sweet blood of the innocents you now drink,
and with it you did play,
and the many honours you raped,
well beware!
See that the tides do not stay,
the winds always changed,
mountains grow and decay,
rivers flow and changed its way,
though you may laugh and proudly thump your chest now,
a day must come,
what was ours will be ours again........
what is yours now will be ours repaid.

Submitted: Sunday, March 03, 2013
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A reminder to all evil doers in this world, if you are powerful, does not meant you have the wright to impose others...might is not always wright!

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