Poem: The Devil Walks This Earth…



The devil walks the earth;

He walks seductively with a titillating bod,

A sexy lips and hug gable hands

He has the body of anger, depression, murder

Riot, Heart break, Pain

Religious sentiments and everything hatred

He stops at every bus stop of life

Every bus stop and next stop of one’s life

The world is noisy, so no one hears him coming

He’s got more power to creep in, so he does more than tip toes

He is a good listener, so anyone thinks he’s better off than those who leave

Never does he criticize or analyse

He knows the game of free will and he’s good at letting you choose

He hugs you with everything he is

Hatred, pain, murder, religious sentiments, lust, envy, pride

Everything that looks good for a while

Those who accept him never know at first because he whispers

The world is noisy, so whisper is good

A little silent sound that sinks deep

Deep to a mind with many words

A mind easily tamed, a mind easily taken

He prides himself in the fact that they say “it was the devil” when no one sees him

He laughs along with them when they say it

He plays the silent partner and plays it well

He walks like everyone does but very unseen

He’s strength is perfect as a silent partner with wind power

He walks the earth and talks to everyone but is accepted by he who’s mind is clouded

The devil works the earth and he isn’t in human form.

2 thoughts on “Poem: The Devil Walks This Earth…

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  1. John 10:10 “The thief does not come except to steal, and to kill, and to destroy. I have come that they may have life, and that they may have it more abundantly

    beautiful read ☺

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