​Recite the the old law, 
Kill not your neighbour

And nut your brother’s wife, 

Lest you risk hurt, and heavenly wrath

Upon your precious hide. 
And don’t heat Upon a stranger, 

Or pray to false gods at night,

And die the next day. 
Not should you steal gold,

Or some other thing,

And try to sacrifice. 
God, he told them,

On mountain tablet, 

Don’t shout my name in vain. 
Not should you speak lie, 

And forget to, 

Honour your mum and dad. 
For I am your God, the clouds said 

So keep my Sabbath day. 


                         – Epidi Leonard