The Cleaner

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I thought I should share this idea with you

Because I perceive that most of us seem to

Often forget that most gifts we always regard

As precious are indeed given free to us by God

Most important of them being the air we breathe

It's freely given to us, whether we are dirty or neat

So are those servants of our awesome God

“Cleaners” as we have always had them called

In our workplaces and in our cherished homes

To think without them what happens to our hopes

From deadly epidemics of sorts, we sure will all die

If all rubbish from our homes and workplaces were to lie

Within our environments, to litter our cherished lives

Yet, like so many valuables in our God-given lives

Their work cannot be quantified by monetary values

That is why small wages compliment their actual values

So that only those who know what they are into here

Will do the work with their heads reasonably high

Knowing that they are servants of the most High God

Whose own with abundant life has always stored

Being the motivated advocates of preventive Medicare

To checkmate the prevalence of curative Medicare

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Articles by Emeka Asinugo