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Two sides of a coin,
facing either way, you may say;
Deeply etched, the traits do join,
feeble minds, the tricks hold sway.
Many a heart are torn asunder,
deceit the order of the day;
Sick is the mind when struck by thunder,
washed away by shock and dismay.
Yet, the mirror hangs upon the wall,
reflections of hypocrites all over the hall;
Works of deceit do rise before the fall,
a taste of their medicine, sure awaits them all.
Most humans are two-faced like a coin. Many unassuming people fall prey to these predators. However, we reap what we sow, and people pay for their deeds. Let us endeavour to be straight in our dealings with other people, in order to add value to humanity.
Do have a great week!
Ndifreke Efiok Akpan.