Judgment Days

Poem By Roland Cho

Does Man become animal?
Or animals become Men?
Who thinks? Who feels? Who cares? !
True that; Man is able to think.
True that; Man feels and cares,
He thinks of fellowman and animals,
And cares about his feelings to fill.
Thus, He cares for animals, fish and birds.
Fattening them for Judgment Days;
Judgment between Man and slices
Lying still, and never to hear the verdict.

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