The Ugly Fat Demon

I Spittle every time I see him Pass by
With its two-headed body and his
Corrosive shape to behold
For he has possessed the body
Of females in line with him
And has crashed the souls of many

He finds his way secretly into the
Bedroom of immoral women
Forming a union of hearts with them
And making them leap in sexual
Pleasures out of the way of the Lord
Causing great disarm in the society

Children are heavily terminated
Out of his bed and the cry of their
Voice rises as a holy smoke to
The sanctuary within the sky
He mocks the tree of the messiah
By claiming he has the hearts of men

People watch him in indifference
Or walk away uttering words such as
We should love those walking in
The path of the pit without necessarily
Drawing them out of the way
I wonder how more hypocritical
That could mean

I agree to the Crowd walking away
Love the individual walking along
The path of thorns but love
Demands we pull them back to
The right corner of Life for it was
Love that washed all clean on the tree
So we should watch out for each other

With his dangling tail on the street
Foolish men are attracted to his
Fumes of poison that chokes their souls
In the Heavy distance of the night
His red eyes calls to whoever fails
To grab his heart as he passes by

His ugly house is filled with
Young men and old as well
All taking cold birth in their own blood
Sleeping away in the aura of death
His charms has chained their soul
Leaving them with nothing to behold

His lips he suck adoringly
In the middle of the market
For the faint-hearted to see and stumble
In the journey of life
So as to miss the golden crown beyond
Where happiness and peace abound

He who made a home
In the heart of many
Has a ready plan to stumble
The Young and Old

Who will help men
Falling down this small hole
For many are deceived
That nothing is wrong
All In the hands of the ugly fat Demon

Who is gonna help
As I pass right along….


About Michael Ogundele

A writer, ardent reader and lover of nature. fell in love with writing five years back and I've been engraved in her arms ever since. I share my little way of writing poetry and reflections based on Catholic faith and Spirituality on this space. I hope you enjoy reading as we ride the same chariot to the leafy greens. Do follow me and together, let us jump into the ocean of my ink.
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