Fair?

 

Man needs ‘light’ to live

And should be bright that which he gives

So he doesn’t fall

Nor for him should any fall

 

The moon hides among the stars

they fear not to shine, ignorance not fair

Man thinks; “again the seasons change”

ignorance so fair

 

Hitler’s bones lies in peace

Babies becoming refugees,

The fair and dark judge of mortality

 

Sun everywhere shines, men build dungeons

Terrible man and his fear,

hides light from his peers,

fear somewhat fair

 

Slaves survive famines

Nobles die in no time

Time seems fair

Fair!? Time will tell

 

With his life the poor beckons wealth

With wealth the other schemes for life

And happening is almost held

in the courtroom of transiting time

Let the jury of flying wishes be fair

 

Men see, how, and why shall we judge nature

Man listen

Be fair and unborn or unborn and fair,

or be man, truthful in ignorance and knowledge,

And be sorry for the darkness you may share

For soon light shall shine everywhere

Pray, play – with love

Pray, God is fair

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