#GlobalWriters

94 posts
  • starseed11_seraph 1w

    LIVING JUST TO DIE ANOTHER DAY

    I am not sure what comes next,
    Not that I have ever known,
    Perturbed to say the least,
    I am floundered by incapacitating thoughts and emotions,
    Why?
    That question has always been the constant in my life.
    Another crippling cycle, an unrelenting carousel,
    I want to disappear, fade away, permanently,
    At this point I can no longer serve to define what is, from what is not,
    Tired of holding on,
    Ever giving reasons for existence
    Yet none suffice to probe us from this nightmare,
    What is your end game?
    What is your purpose?
    Asks the disconcerted soul,
    For this poised reality unchecks all standards,
    Nothing fits anymore,
    Everything malign us all the more,
    I choose the end!

    ©starseed11_seraph

  • thefantasylounge 2w

    Everybody wants to be different.
    And that's not an issue.



    ©thefantasylounge

  • thefantasylounge 2w

    Always apologize.
    Drive them crazy to forgive you.
    And then vanish.


    ©thefantasylounge

  • _lexieli 3w

    Satori*

    I am not a coward


    What I lack is strategy



    ©soul_girl

  • thefantasylounge 4w

    I Motivate & Lift Others.

    What do you Do?




    ©thefantasylounge

  • thefantasylounge 4w

    If you want to grow from within,

    Dial: +S-O-L-I-T-U-D-E



    ©thefantasylounge

  • thefantasylounge 4w

    I observe all.
    And in that process of beautiful observation,
    I learn soulfully about myself and others.




    ©thefantasylounge

  • _lexieli 4w

    BÊTE

    Unleashing the bête in me isn't what is fair
    Its rebellion is what I fear
    Either by pain
    Or by pleasure


    © A. L

  • starseed11_seraph 4w

    Not Meant For This World

    Lab dab my heart goes,

    Loud thumps,

    my blood pumps,

    The throbbing in my rib cage,

    The pulsations in my veins,

    Tears course down my cheeks,

    An ache in my soul,

    You watch me in awe

    As i consummate the lies,

    Lies you sweetly whisper every night,

    I bathe in your light, but you only reflect but illusion,

    you are the darkness, the evil that lures me back in every time I seek escape,

    though captive I am not,

    prisoner i am in a cage of my own making,

    I drank my blood,

    sanctified my piss and called it holy water;

    watched my madness grow and chew on me,

    Whilst I stare into the blank,

    the vast nothingness,

    Wondering Where you are?

    Where did I lose you?

    Restless in a quest seeking which I cannot name anymore,

    My plea,

    leave!

    For I'm done piecing myself back together.

    ©starseed11_seraph

  • the_firefly 16w

    No matter what you write - a novel,
    an article, poetry or even a journal,
    the art you create, the emotions and
    the passion with which you create,
    will always remain,
    long after you're gone.
    And that is real immortality!

    ©the_firefly

  • existentialmind 27w

    What i see when in front of a mirror

    Masculine exterior masking full breasts;an urgent effloresce of a maladroit female impulsivity,
    Balanced chaos.
    ©existentialmind

  • motivationbaba 32w

    Dedication + Hard work = Success


    ©motivationbaba

  • shivamsudan 35w

    Hey Guys
    Lets Chat

    ©shivamsudan

  • shivamsudan 36w

    Only I Can Change My Life,
    No One Can Do For It For Me

    ©shivamsudan

  • existentialmind 40w

    Brookebond

    Sometimes a random phrase,
    A subconcious gesture,
    A strange encounter or an odd tale of an old man's eccentric,rebellious genius way of life that lifts you up from the hopeless abbysal:your current state: when you least expect it..
    Which makes you question just how many blessings in disguise do we overlook?

    ©existentialmind

  • uthkarsh 41w

    SINS.

    Must you believe you have sinned,
    Don't worry about it,
    There is no need to go to church, or the mosque
    Or the Temple or the synagogue
    To beg for forgiveness to an entity
    That barely exists.
    What we're taught is sin, may be not.
    Allow me, to break down before you,
    The deadly sins in all holy books,
    And why they are considered so.

    Gula, the Gluttony.
    For we were beings born into a perfect shape.
    And it is easier to rule men,
    That can run, walk, climb, fall,
    Fight and defend, as ordered.
    The first sin, of gluttony, tells us that,
    We were meant to be warriors
    To take orders.
    It is a sin, if we cannot.

    Luxuria, the Lust.
    They say love is blind, and lust, blinder yet.
    Emperors have lost their minds.
    In history and in the world today,
    For men to be considered, perfect,
    Man must commit. To one. He must have a wife.
    And for a woman to even look at another man,
    Was for her to break code, and step out.
    If men and women cannot be controlled,
    For there is no control, when hormones play,
    Then it must be considered a sin.
    That is what we were taught all life.

    Avaritia, the Avarice, the Greed..
    We were taught, of all things bad,
    Greed has taken the most lives.
    But ask yourself, what really is Greed?
    The want for a better life?
    Isn't that what we're here for, though?
    But it must be a sin, and we must be happy
    In the little we possess, for we, are proletariat.
    The bourgeois, will never cease to exist,
    But no one questions them, why?
    Because, WE, are common people of the world.
    As the ones in power don't bother about morals.
    But if we do feel envious of the life they live,
    We sin, and that's just why, we can never win.

    Superbia, the Pride.
    We must acknowledge our achievements,
    Only if they are little. If majestic,
    We must ignore them - for pride is a killer.
    THEY know how to spot a proud man.
    A proud woman, is prey to the world's cruelties.
    We must live in fear, and let them tear
    Our confidence in ourselves into smithereens.
    Otherwise, we are too good to rule.
    Let me remind you, we are common men.
    The ones that watch gladiators fight
    And exult with merry, at the winners might.
    The EMPERORS want US, never to know
    What happens behind the show.
    Thus, if we are proud, then we are competitors.
    Emperors don't like competitors,
    And so, we must never sin.

    Ira, the Wrath.
    It is okay, for the ones in power to take life.
    For they are in power, and it is their RIGHT.
    To be able to feel a little more GOD like.
    But we are common men.
    We must abide by LAWS. Made by THEM.
    Wrath is a killer. Often makes us do things,
    That dwell on the exteriors of LAW.
    For such a massive population to be CONTROLLED,
    There must be calmness in the mind.
    Wrath, is the destroyer of the calm. Uncontrollable.
    Which is why, it is a sin.

    Vanagloria, the Ego.
    Mighty men, can practice will.
    But we are common men, and we must abide.
    Egoism, is not for us. We must listen,
    We must follow. We must not challenge authority.
    Nonsensical, isn't it? Ego is yours to keep.
    Ego is a problem though, for THEM.
    As Ego challenges authority. THEY are the authority.
    Do not challenge them, they are men of power.
    We are common men. We must abide.
    Or our Gods may rain upon on us with hail and thunder.
    For to raise Ego, is a sin.

    Acedia, the Sloth.
    We are common men, and we must work.
    Laziness, will lead us nowhere, and nowhere
    Refers to the courts of the Kings. Rulers. Emperors.
    We must be proactive, and contribute.
    To make them richer. If we cannot,
    We have no meaning to our lives.
    For we are common men, meant to work.
    We must slog. Never resort to sloth.
    So that we can fulfil our worldly desires.
    Also, to fulfil their needs to own more.
    And thus, it is a sin.

    Tristitia, the Sorrow.
    Sorrow is the greatest builder of strength.
    Yet, we're taught that it is a sin.
    Why? Why should we have to be strong?
    We are common men. Physically will suffice.
    The builder of emotional strength,
    Is too much to have within us.
    We are the commons. We do not need so much.
    It so happens, we now tell each other to be happy
    To search for silver linings, to look for lights
    At the ends of tunnels. DO IT because you're common.
    And if you dare to feel depressed, they'll repress you.
    Tell you, that you're being off track.
    Don't you understand what this is all about?

    Grab hold of yourself.
    You're not being told to commit some sins,
    To be free. You're being told not to abide,
    And give so much importance to the religion
    That you so unwillingly, defend.
    You must've read this before,
    "You're given a name, a nationality and a religion
    Five minutes after you're born, and you spend your life
    Defending a choice you never made."

    ©brahmandjetr

  • anweshaa 41w

    Originally posted by : @brahmandjetr
    In this intriguing post @brahmandjetr expresses his viewpoint about what is wrong and what is right. To quote Ernest Hemingway, novelist and writer, 'So far, about morals, I know only that what is moral is what you feel good after and what is immoral is what you feel bad after.'
    SINS.
    Do you really understand the ideals you're defending?

    @mirakee @readwriteunite @thegoodquote @wordporn @writersnetwork

    #Brahmandjetr #TheHigherConsciousness #Awakening #Enlightenment #WritersOfIG #Poetry #Poems #WordPorn #WordLove #WordPlay #Wordgasm #PoetsOfMirakee #PoetryIsNotDead #SpilledInk #PoetryLovers #PoetryCommunity #PoetryPorn #CreativeWriting #BleedInk #WritersOfMirakee #AuthorsOfMirakee #Words #WritersCommunity #PoetsSociety #Writers #WritingCommunity #Prose #Author #Blogger #Poet #Poets #Writer #WritingCommunity #Wordsmith #Writings #WritersOfTheWorld #GlobalWriters #Mirakee #WritersNetwork #ReadWriteUnite #TheGoodQuote

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    SINS.

    Must you believe you have sinned,
    Don't worry about it,
    There is no need to go to church, or the mosque
    Or the Temple or the synagogue
    To beg for forgiveness to an entity
    That barely exists.
    What we're taught is sin, may be not.
    Allow me, to break down before you,
    The deadly sins in all holy books,
    And why they are considered so.

    Gula, the Gluttony.
    For we were beings born into a perfect shape.
    And it is easier to rule men,
    That can run, walk, climb, fall,
    Fight and defend, as ordered.
    The first sin, of gluttony, tells us that,
    We were meant to be warriors
    To take orders.
    It is a sin, if we cannot.

    Luxuria, the Lust.
    They say love is blind, and lust, blinder yet.
    Emperors have lost their minds.
    In history and in the world today,
    For men to be considered, perfect,
    Man must commit. To one. He must have a wife.
    And for a woman to even look at another man,
    Was for her to break code, and step out.
    If men and women cannot be controlled,
    For there is no control, when hormones play,
    Then it must be considered a sin.
    That is what we were taught all life.

    Avaritia, the Avarice, the Greed..
    We were taught, of all things bad,
    Greed has taken the most lives.
    But ask yourself, what really is Greed?
    The want for a better life?
    Isn't that what we're here for, though?
    But it must be a sin, and we must be happy
    In the little we possess, for we, are proletariat.
    The bourgeois, will never cease to exist,
    But no one questions them, why?
    Because, WE, are common people of the world.
    As the ones in power don't bother about morals.
    But if we do feel envious of the life they live,
    We sin, and that's just why, we can never win.

    Superbia, the Pride.
    We must acknowledge our achievements,
    Only if they are little. If majestic,
    We must ignore them - for pride is a killer.
    THEY know how to spot a proud man.
    A proud woman, is prey to the world's cruelties.
    We must live in fear, and let them tear
    Our confidence in ourselves into smithereens.
    Otherwise, we are too good to rule.
    Let me remind you, we are common men.
    The ones that watch gladiators fight
    And exult with merry, at the winners might.
    The EMPERORS want US, never to know
    What happens behind the show.
    Thus, if we are proud, then we are competitors.
    Emperors don't like competitors,
    And so, we must never sin.

    Ira, the Wrath.
    It is okay, for the ones in power to take life.
    For they are in power, and it is their RIGHT.
    To be able to feel a little more GOD like.
    But we are common men.
    We must abide by LAWS. Made by THEM.
    Wrath is a killer. Often makes us do things,
    That dwell on the exteriors of LAW.
    For such a massive population to be CONTROLLED,
    There must be calmness in the mind.
    Wrath, is the destroyer of the calm. Uncontrollable.
    Which is why, it is a sin.

    Vanagloria, the Ego.
    Mighty men, can practice will.
    But we are common men, and we must abide.
    Egoism, is not for us. We must listen,
    We must follow. We must not challenge authority.
    Nonsensical, isn't it? Ego is yours to keep.
    Ego is a problem though, for THEM.
    As Ego challenges authority. THEY are the authority.
    Do not challenge them, they are men of power.
    We are common men. We must abide.
    Or our Gods may rain upon on us with hail and thunder.
    For to raise Ego, is a sin.

    Acedia, the Sloth.
    We are common men, and we must work.
    Laziness, will lead us nowhere, and nowhere
    Refers to the courts of the Kings. Rulers. Emperors.
    We must be proactive, and contribute.
    To make them richer. If we cannot,
    We have no meaning to our lives.
    For we are common men, meant to work.
    We must slog. Never resort to sloth.
    So that we can fulfil our worldly desires.
    Also, to fulfil their needs to own more.
    And thus, it is a sin.

    Tristitia, the Sorrow.
    Sorrow is the greatest builder of strength.
    Yet, we're taught that it is a sin.
    Why? Why should we have to be strong?
    We are common men. Physically will suffice.
    The builder of emotional strength,
    Is too much to have within us.
    We are the commons. We do not need so much.
    It so happens, we now tell each other to be happy
    To search for silver linings, to look for lights
    At the ends of tunnels. DO IT because you're common.
    And if you dare to feel depressed, they'll repress you.
    Tell you, that you're being off track.
    Don't you understand what this is all about?

    Grab hold of yourself.
    You're not being told to commit some sins,
    To be free. You're being told not to abide,
    And give so much importance to the religion
    That you so unwillingly, defend.
    You must've read this before,
    "You're given a name, a nationality and a religion
    Five minutes after you're born, and you spend your life
    Defending a choice you never made."

    ©brahmandjetr

  • ishhvaish 41w

    Originally posted by : @brahmandjetr
    In this intriguing post @brahmandjetr expresses his viewpoint about what is wrong and what is right. To quote Ernest Hemingway, novelist and writer, 'So far, about morals, I know only that what is moral is what you feel good after and what is immoral is what you feel bad after.'
    SINS.
    Do you really understand the ideals you're defending?

    @mirakee @readwriteunite @thegoodquote @wordporn @writersnetwork

    #Brahmandjetr #TheHigherConsciousness #Awakening #Enlightenment #WritersOfIG #Poetry #Poems #WordPorn #WordLove #WordPlay #Wordgasm #PoetsOfMirakee #PoetryIsNotDead #SpilledInk #PoetryLovers #PoetryCommunity #PoetryPorn #CreativeWriting #BleedInk #WritersOfMirakee #AuthorsOfMirakee #Words #WritersCommunity #PoetsSociety #Writers #WritingCommunity #Prose #Author #Blogger #Poet #Poets #Writer #WritingCommunity #Wordsmith #Writings #WritersOfTheWorld #GlobalWriters #Mirakee #WritersNetwork #ReadWriteUnite #TheGoodQuote

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    SINS.

    Must you believe you have sinned,
    Don't worry about it,
    There is no need to go to church, or the mosque
    Or the Temple or the synagogue
    To beg for forgiveness to an entity
    That barely exists.
    What we're taught is sin, may be not.
    Allow me, to break down before you,
    The deadly sins in all holy books,
    And why they are considered so.

    Gula, the Gluttony.
    For we were beings born into a perfect shape.
    And it is easier to rule men,
    That can run, walk, climb, fall,
    Fight and defend, as ordered.
    The first sin, of gluttony, tells us that,
    We were meant to be warriors
    To take orders.
    It is a sin, if we cannot.

    Luxuria, the Lust.
    They say love is blind, and lust, blinder yet.
    Emperors have lost their minds.
    In history and in the world today,
    For men to be considered, perfect,
    Man must commit. To one. He must have a wife.
    And for a woman to even look at another man,
    Was for her to break code, and step out.
    If men and women cannot be controlled,
    For there is no control, when hormones play,
    Then it must be considered a sin.
    That is what we were taught all life.

    Avaritia, the Avarice, the Greed..
    We were taught, of all things bad,
    Greed has taken the most lives.
    But ask yourself, what really is Greed?
    The want for a better life?
    Isn't that what we're here for, though?
    But it must be a sin, and we must be happy
    In the little we possess, for we, are proletariat.
    The bourgeois, will never cease to exist,
    But no one questions them, why?
    Because, WE, are common people of the world.
    As the ones in power don't bother about morals.
    But if we do feel envious of the life they live,
    We sin, and that's just why, we can never win.

    Superbia, the Pride.
    We must acknowledge our achievements,
    Only if they are little. If majestic,
    We must ignore them - for pride is a killer.
    THEY know how to spot a proud man.
    A proud woman, is prey to the world's cruelties.
    We must live in fear, and let them tear
    Our confidence in ourselves into smithereens.
    Otherwise, we are too good to rule.
    Let me remind you, we are common men.
    The ones that watch gladiators fight
    And exult with merry, at the winners might.
    The EMPERORS want US, never to know
    What happens behind the show.
    Thus, if we are proud, then we are competitors.
    Emperors don't like competitors,
    And so, we must never sin.

    Ira, the Wrath.
    It is okay, for the ones in power to take life.
    For they are in power, and it is their RIGHT.
    To be able to feel a little more GOD like.
    But we are common men.
    We must abide by LAWS. Made by THEM.
    Wrath is a killer. Often makes us do things,
    That dwell on the exteriors of LAW.
    For such a massive population to be CONTROLLED,
    There must be calmness in the mind.
    Wrath, is the destroyer of the calm. Uncontrollable.
    Which is why, it is a sin.

    Vanagloria, the Ego.
    Mighty men, can practice will.
    But we are common men, and we must abide.
    Egoism, is not for us. We must listen,
    We must follow. We must not challenge authority.
    Nonsensical, isn't it? Ego is yours to keep.
    Ego is a problem though, for THEM.
    As Ego challenges authority. THEY are the authority.
    Do not challenge them, they are men of power.
    We are common men. We must abide.
    Or our Gods may rain upon on us with hail and thunder.
    For to raise Ego, is a sin.

    Acedia, the Sloth.
    We are common men, and we must work.
    Laziness, will lead us nowhere, and nowhere
    Refers to the courts of the Kings. Rulers. Emperors.
    We must be proactive, and contribute.
    To make them richer. If we cannot,
    We have no meaning to our lives.
    For we are common men, meant to work.
    We must slog. Never resort to sloth.
    So that we can fulfil our worldly desires.
    Also, to fulfil their needs to own more.
    And thus, it is a sin.

    Tristitia, the Sorrow.
    Sorrow is the greatest builder of strength.
    Yet, we're taught that it is a sin.
    Why? Why should we have to be strong?
    We are common men. Physically will suffice.
    The builder of emotional strength,
    Is too much to have within us.
    We are the commons. We do not need so much.
    It so happens, we now tell each other to be happy
    To search for silver linings, to look for lights
    At the ends of tunnels. DO IT because you're common.
    And if you dare to feel depressed, they'll repress you.
    Tell you, that you're being off track.
    Don't you understand what this is all about?

    Grab hold of yourself.
    You're not being told to commit some sins,
    To be free. You're being told not to abide,
    And give so much importance to the religion
    That you so unwillingly, defend.
    You must've read this before,
    "You're given a name, a nationality and a religion
    Five minutes after you're born, and you spend your life
    Defending a choice you never made."

    ©brahmandjetr

  • khadijah_writes 41w

    Originally posted by : @brahmandjetr
    In this intriguing post @brahmandjetr expresses his viewpoint about what is wrong and what is right. To quote Ernest Hemingway, novelist and writer, 'So far, about morals, I know only that what is moral is what you feel good after and what is immoral is what you feel bad after.'
    SINS.
    Do you really understand the ideals you're defending?

    @mirakee @readwriteunite @thegoodquote @wordporn @writersnetwork

    #Brahmandjetr #TheHigherConsciousness #Awakening #Enlightenment #WritersOfIG #Poetry #Poems #WordPorn #WordLove #WordPlay #Wordgasm #PoetsOfMirakee #PoetryIsNotDead #SpilledInk #PoetryLovers #PoetryCommunity #PoetryPorn #CreativeWriting #BleedInk #WritersOfMirakee #AuthorsOfMirakee #Words #WritersCommunity #PoetsSociety #Writers #WritingCommunity #Prose #Author #Blogger #Poet #Poets #Writer #WritingCommunity #Wordsmith #Writings #WritersOfTheWorld #GlobalWriters #Mirakee #WritersNetwork #ReadWriteUnite #TheGoodQuote

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    SINS.

    Must you believe you have sinned,
    Don't worry about it,
    There is no need to go to church, or the mosque
    Or the Temple or the synagogue
    To beg for forgiveness to an entity
    That barely exists.
    What we're taught is sin, may be not.
    Allow me, to break down before you,
    The deadly sins in all holy books,
    And why they are considered so.

    Gula, the Gluttony.
    For we were beings born into a perfect shape.
    And it is easier to rule men,
    That can run, walk, climb, fall,
    Fight and defend, as ordered.
    The first sin, of gluttony, tells us that,
    We were meant to be warriors
    To take orders.
    It is a sin, if we cannot.

    Luxuria, the Lust.
    They say love is blind, and lust, blinder yet.
    Emperors have lost their minds.
    In history and in the world today,
    For men to be considered, perfect,
    Man must commit. To one. He must have a wife.
    And for a woman to even look at another man,
    Was for her to break code, and step out.
    If men and women cannot be controlled,
    For there is no control, when hormones play,
    Then it must be considered a sin.
    That is what we were taught all life.

    Avaritia, the Avarice, the Greed..
    We were taught, of all things bad,
    Greed has taken the most lives.
    But ask yourself, what really is Greed?
    The want for a better life?
    Isn't that what we're here for, though?
    But it must be a sin, and we must be happy
    In the little we possess, for we, are proletariat.
    The bourgeois, will never cease to exist,
    But no one questions them, why?
    Because, WE, are common people of the world.
    As the ones in power don't bother about morals.
    But if we do feel envious of the life they live,
    We sin, and that's just why, we can never win.

    Superbia, the Pride.
    We must acknowledge our achievements,
    Only if they are little. If majestic,
    We must ignore them - for pride is a killer.
    THEY know how to spot a proud man.
    A proud woman, is prey to the world's cruelties.
    We must live in fear, and let them tear
    Our confidence in ourselves into smithereens.
    Otherwise, we are too good to rule.
    Let me remind you, we are common men.
    The ones that watch gladiators fight
    And exult with merry, at the winners might.
    The EMPERORS want US, never to know
    What happens behind the show.
    Thus, if we are proud, then we are competitors.
    Emperors don't like competitors,
    And so, we must never sin.

    Ira, the Wrath.
    It is okay, for the ones in power to take life.
    For they are in power, and it is their RIGHT.
    To be able to feel a little more GOD like.
    But we are common men.
    We must abide by LAWS. Made by THEM.
    Wrath is a killer. Often makes us do things,
    That dwell on the exteriors of LAW.
    For such a massive population to be CONTROLLED,
    There must be calmness in the mind.
    Wrath, is the destroyer of the calm. Uncontrollable.
    Which is why, it is a sin.

    Vanagloria, the Ego.
    Mighty men, can practice will.
    But we are common men, and we must abide.
    Egoism, is not for us. We must listen,
    We must follow. We must not challenge authority.
    Nonsensical, isn't it? Ego is yours to keep.
    Ego is a problem though, for THEM.
    As Ego challenges authority. THEY are the authority.
    Do not challenge them, they are men of power.
    We are common men. We must abide.
    Or our Gods may rain upon on us with hail and thunder.
    For to raise Ego, is a sin.

    Acedia, the Sloth.
    We are common men, and we must work.
    Laziness, will lead us nowhere, and nowhere
    Refers to the courts of the Kings. Rulers. Emperors.
    We must be proactive, and contribute.
    To make them richer. If we cannot,
    We have no meaning to our lives.
    For we are common men, meant to work.
    We must slog. Never resort to sloth.
    So that we can fulfil our worldly desires.
    Also, to fulfil their needs to own more.
    And thus, it is a sin.

    Tristitia, the Sorrow.
    Sorrow is the greatest builder of strength.
    Yet, we're taught that it is a sin.
    Why? Why should we have to be strong?
    We are common men. Physically will suffice.
    The builder of emotional strength,
    Is too much to have within us.
    We are the commons. We do not need so much.
    It so happens, we now tell each other to be happy
    To search for silver linings, to look for lights
    At the ends of tunnels. DO IT because you're common.
    And if you dare to feel depressed, they'll repress you.
    Tell you, that you're being off track.
    Don't you understand what this is all about?

    Grab hold of yourself.
    You're not being told to commit some sins,
    To be free. You're being told not to abide,
    And give so much importance to the religion
    That you so unwillingly, defend.
    You must've read this before,
    "You're given a name, a nationality and a religion
    Five minutes after you're born, and you spend your life
    Defending a choice you never made."

    ©brahmandjetr

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    Originally posted by : @brahmandjetr
    In this intriguing post @brahmandjetr expresses his viewpoint about what is wrong and what is right. To quote Ernest Hemingway, novelist and writer, 'So far, about morals, I know only that what is moral is what you feel good after and what is immoral is what you feel bad after.'
    SINS.
    Do you really understand the ideals you're defending?

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    SINS.

    Must you believe you have sinned,
    Don't worry about it,
    There is no need to go to church, or the mosque
    Or the Temple or the synagogue
    To beg for forgiveness to an entity
    That barely exists.
    What we're taught is sin, may be not.
    Allow me, to break down before you,
    The deadly sins in all holy books,
    And why they are considered so.

    Gula, the Gluttony.
    For we were beings born into a perfect shape.
    And it is easier to rule men,
    That can run, walk, climb, fall,
    Fight and defend, as ordered.
    The first sin, of gluttony, tells us that,
    We were meant to be warriors
    To take orders.
    It is a sin, if we cannot.

    Luxuria, the Lust.
    They say love is blind, and lust, blinder yet.
    Emperors have lost their minds.
    In history and in the world today,
    For men to be considered, perfect,
    Man must commit. To one. He must have a wife.
    And for a woman to even look at another man,
    Was for her to break code, and step out.
    If men and women cannot be controlled,
    For there is no control, when hormones play,
    Then it must be considered a sin.
    That is what we were taught all life.

    Avaritia, the Avarice, the Greed..
    We were taught, of all things bad,
    Greed has taken the most lives.
    But ask yourself, what really is Greed?
    The want for a better life?
    Isn't that what we're here for, though?
    But it must be a sin, and we must be happy
    In the little we possess, for we, are proletariat.
    The bourgeois, will never cease to exist,
    But no one questions them, why?
    Because, WE, are common people of the world.
    As the ones in power don't bother about morals.
    But if we do feel envious of the life they live,
    We sin, and that's just why, we can never win.

    Superbia, the Pride.
    We must acknowledge our achievements,
    Only if they are little. If majestic,
    We must ignore them - for pride is a killer.
    THEY know how to spot a proud man.
    A proud woman, is prey to the world's cruelties.
    We must live in fear, and let them tear
    Our confidence in ourselves into smithereens.
    Otherwise, we are too good to rule.
    Let me remind you, we are common men.
    The ones that watch gladiators fight
    And exult with merry, at the winners might.
    The EMPERORS want US, never to know
    What happens behind the show.
    Thus, if we are proud, then we are competitors.
    Emperors don't like competitors,
    And so, we must never sin.

    Ira, the Wrath.
    It is okay, for the ones in power to take life.
    For they are in power, and it is their RIGHT.
    To be able to feel a little more GOD like.
    But we are common men.
    We must abide by LAWS. Made by THEM.
    Wrath is a killer. Often makes us do things,
    That dwell on the exteriors of LAW.
    For such a massive population to be CONTROLLED,
    There must be calmness in the mind.
    Wrath, is the destroyer of the calm. Uncontrollable.
    Which is why, it is a sin.

    Vanagloria, the Ego.
    Mighty men, can practice will.
    But we are common men, and we must abide.
    Egoism, is not for us. We must listen,
    We must follow. We must not challenge authority.
    Nonsensical, isn't it? Ego is yours to keep.
    Ego is a problem though, for THEM.
    As Ego challenges authority. THEY are the authority.
    Do not challenge them, they are men of power.
    We are common men. We must abide.
    Or our Gods may rain upon on us with hail and thunder.
    For to raise Ego, is a sin.

    Acedia, the Sloth.
    We are common men, and we must work.
    Laziness, will lead us nowhere, and nowhere
    Refers to the courts of the Kings. Rulers. Emperors.
    We must be proactive, and contribute.
    To make them richer. If we cannot,
    We have no meaning to our lives.
    For we are common men, meant to work.
    We must slog. Never resort to sloth.
    So that we can fulfil our worldly desires.
    Also, to fulfil their needs to own more.
    And thus, it is a sin.

    Tristitia, the Sorrow.
    Sorrow is the greatest builder of strength.
    Yet, we're taught that it is a sin.
    Why? Why should we have to be strong?
    We are common men. Physically will suffice.
    The builder of emotional strength,
    Is too much to have within us.
    We are the commons. We do not need so much.
    It so happens, we now tell each other to be happy
    To search for silver linings, to look for lights
    At the ends of tunnels. DO IT because you're common.
    And if you dare to feel depressed, they'll repress you.
    Tell you, that you're being off track.
    Don't you understand what this is all about?

    Grab hold of yourself.
    You're not being told to commit some sins,
    To be free. You're being told not to abide,
    And give so much importance to the religion
    That you so unwillingly, defend.
    You must've read this before,
    "You're given a name, a nationality and a religion
    Five minutes after you're born, and you spend your life
    Defending a choice you never made."

    ©brahmandjetr