Unbrotherhood

Swaying along the path embraced with broken peace,

Like herd of cattle behind a shepherd’s lead.

Every ounce of confidence bestowed with fear

And not a slightest room remain for an innocent queer.

 

As some grew, most remain gripped with vulnerability,

Divided within the family between sane and insanity;

Uttering deceitful sweet lullabies without the slightest guilt

And shatter to debris their dreams which were just built.

 

Throws dirt in the eye and promises a golden egg

But all too soon the summer tempest sets,

Giving way to suffer the fellowmen’s deceive

And cause his own brothers unease.

 

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10 Responses to Unbrotherhood

  1. Paul says:

    Hey this is quite a nice piece… Well you’ve pretty much outgrown me kid…

  2. Jingle says:

    Throws dirt in the eye and promises a golden egg..

    wow what a write.
    the way you use words are special..

    A++
    😉

  3. Lisa says:

    I love this one. Always fun to be different from the other sheep. Well, no, but always great for writing. It helps one to rise above.

  4. very brilliant one.

    😉

  5. Morning says:

    profound words…

    truly enjoyed the wordplay…

    🙂

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