At peace and at home
In the midst of men
That condone no evil
But stands for equity and justice
In all his dealings with men.
Who is his brother's keeper
Works for love and order in society
Unlike Cain who murdered Abel
And when asked about him by the maker
Queried God in reply:
Am I my brother's keeper?
Who considers being in shoes of other men
Absorbing liberal ideas of others
And posseses non-chameleonic traits
When confronted with favour
By society rapists
He's constant in his beliefs.
Nor at home with men
Who wallow in pains and agony
At the prosperity of their neighbours
With his seasonless contentment of mind