Surmise

They call it signs and wonders
SIGH, I wonder.
They pray for miracles the worse uncover
They say it runs in the blood
I asked, when it clots does it mean race is over?
It could be strong, feeble, good, bad, better or worse
Traditions comes with scare or hope
They say if you drink from it YOU DIE
We fear it's true, some argue its fallacy
Only a few wants to dare
Others say it's only a scare just to stay clear.
Could it be a way of enforcing a belief, WHO KNOWS?
Hands tied with legs, HAS YOUR BELIEF SET YOU FREE?
What's the purpose of your belief?

by Oluwatobi Olaide

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