Sibling's A Sonnet

Sibling's A Sonnet

A Poem by UC Poika

Sibling interaction conveniently and expediently solved by the most brutal arguing over nothing. Sound familiar?


They think they have to call you names that shame
Simply abusers shouting down your views
Making you look blind then but also the blame
Learning from candidates any you choose
They think they're bright articulate and smart
But they're mean vicious and very cruel.
Belligerent they batter and bruise your soul
But demand you abide by the unused Golden Rule
While admirably making harmony their goal.
Accused they brand with unmerited lies
Claiming miraculous insight as to others ways
Done so many times they rhyme with our sighs.
God answers prayers.  They hate any one that prays.
One day it will be expediently unfurled
The flag of Satan's foolishness lent to this hellish world.

© 2014 UC Poika

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Added on May 23, 2014
Last Updated on May 23, 2014
Tags: profuse abuse, expendient convernient peace, sonnet


UC Poika
UC Poika

Bemidji,, MN

Did you have fun? Intrigue, supposed villains , vulnerable women, outraged family and friends, my breakdowns have the elements that make up a pretty good fiction, not good enough to write about but a.. more..