The Natural Law Poem

The Natural Law Poem

The natural law.
Every man has a head, has a heart;
has the spirit to achieve another man’s opposite.
But the dominant force against man is so powerful,
to allow any power to slide out of their earthly rule.

The natural law.
Every man is to another man equal.
This is a verse so paramount so natural.
But they, believe, they are so superior,
of some adorned jewelry on rotten interiors.

The natural law.
Every man is his own stand, a castle.
This is our pride written in the Holy Bible.
But dominants, misinterpret the verse,
and twist us to believe we are a curse.

The natural law.
Every man has a final destination.
As to some killing is a religion,
it is not only us solo to end in hell.
The clock is ticking for us all.

The Natural Law Poem Lyrics are written by © The Natural Law Poem is one of the poems in the Humanity Poems Chapter of Cyrus Migadde debut book “Dreams Mislaid – 50 Poems About Life“, that was launched on 29th of April 2016. Please note, authorized use of this poem is prohibited – To use or buy these Poem lyrics mail to: or here Or the form below:

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