Life And Death Is In The Power Of The Tongue

by Ashanta

Death is life and life is death, tour moils of the beginning,
Knowledge the metaphorical,
 suggestions of inner peace.
Within the walls of spirits, 
thy tongue shall confess,
within the walls of humanities, the granting’s of a good heart.

The labor of the spoken words shall be the deliverance,
that man shall embrace the words of love. Humble the emotions of a scholar,
the treasures of Wisdom, knowledge, Understanding, Silence in time of harm,
Messages from the almighty, silence of the beast.

The tongue the sword of an eagle eyes, 
shall be the
The source of destructions.

Omni presents every place, 
all the time, at the same place.
The man within his own abominations of definitions,
Surely he feels his concept is the spoken words of a deliverance,
without the understanding of what a man
Is and should be. Wisdom blacked out within his own definitions.

Nevertheless, he never learned wisdom, 
are the words holy,
A man who don’t identify with the creator who made him.

Words of hate there is a generation which there teeth are as sword’s , and
there hearts as a sharpen knife, who’s reasoning’s is of self,
And no humanities for others. To devour the poor from the earth,
And the needy among men.

Thy words that come back and haunt, repeating the cycle of curses,
What goes around shall return, beware of spoken words, you shall
Never take back the curse.

Spirituality sacred places, every person missions,
neglecting family tradition. Recycling the toxins of the universe.
Resurrection, balancing the minds of creations.
Optimistic expressions who is holy, an does man really no himself.
Words spoken upon the stroll who is life, and who is death.

There shall be no power within the close minds, man who continues
To silence truth. Man without conscious zombies who walk upon earth.
Beware of thy words it shall hit you in the face.

Life And Death Is In The Power Of The Tongue by Ashanta

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