Poetry

November 21, 2017 Poetry , POETRY / FICTION

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By

Bevan Boggenpoel

 

 

 

Nazi Ecstacy

 

 

Hitler, Hitler

What have you done?

Thinking you can rule

Using ammunition and gun

 

You were so consumed

With might and power

With your explosive behaviour

You wanted to tower

 

Above nations

Around the world

With destruction

They were hurled

 

Destroying lands

And human life

As you continued

With war and strife

 

You seemed to forget

The Most High

This is a force

You could not get by

 

This led to disaster

You could not defeat

It knocked you over

Off your feet

 

You lost the war

And your dictatorship

Because the Creator

You forgot to worship

 

Was it really worth it

Seeking absolute control?

But in the process

Losing your soul

 

You have become

A sad memory

You were actually just

Your own worst enemy

 

There’s only one Ruler

We must accept

This is the healthiest

And best precept

 

 

 

 

 

Bevan Boggenpoel

Bevan Boggenpoel was born in Salt Lake, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. His poetry is written in a South African context that covers different issues in daily life. In his writing he strives to tell a story or teach a lesson that will inspire and motivate those who come in contact with his writing.

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