WE ARE ALL ROYALTY
Some appears in a majestic elegance,
While some lights don’t radiate relevance,
But of what importance is being important?
When all definition could define is irrelevant.
Certainty seems uncertain,
As what pertains isn’t appertained.
When royalty becomes fatality,
Regality suffers brutality.
We all bear a beautiful bloom within,
Only if we can let loose of the chain therein,
Be a winner, lose and let loose the fitful,
Be a king, wear the crown! Bring forth the royalty in you.
There is immortality in our mortal being,
Until we unveil the veil and see the unseen,
Crowns and commoners…
Doubt is only the devil that dwells in between,
We are all royalty like elegant kings and queens.
Inufin Ayomide D’great