Judas and Delilah

Author – Kelvin Annorson


The personalities of Judas and Delilah, tells a story of betrayal,

It tells the story of having deep trust in a relationship that’s mutual,

A relationship where one watches ones back, and one gets one back,

Then in the process of watching ones back one just smacks…

Judas sold Christ for just 30 pieces of silver,

Delilah, gave out Samson her supposed lover,

There are relationships that do involve Judas and Delilah today,

Delilah smiles at Judas, and Judas acts as her messiah…

It’s really painful to love someone, thinking you are being loved back,

You dream of your future, but in a moment, one leaves or one gets sack,

It happens everywhere, in family and even in friendships,

It sometimes goes beyond that and even extends to relationships…

To be frank, your fantacies of your naked mind leaves you bare,

You can differentiate between right and wrong, just and unfair,

You can know true love, though it may seem like a game to you,

But like truth or dare, hide and seek, games of betryal…

You shouldn’t play with other’s desire and feelings,

You pretend to love someone, but later you’re ‘stealing’,

Let’s be frank! Love is reaveling!


– Kelvin Annorson


Copyrightt © 2017 Kelvin Annorson

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