As my eyes rose over the crest of the hill, i saw no sun, I saw no light. There was barely sight. I squint my eyes to focus, i focus harder. Nothing. I crawl in the darkness amongst slimy twigs and stone. Smog now rules the skies. The sun speaks a forlorn cry... … Continue reading mother nature please forgive us!
Numerous problems I am faced, but trust you, me, I've got to be like the rest. Education not among the little essentials my society chased, I prey the gardens for disease and pest, I hear them, shout hard praying to Jesus Christ, I'd wish the same if he provided solutions in haste, or probably take … Continue reading The African child.
Bottomless Pit... Your hands were quivering and your voice was thin So you dropped the shiny golden ball or it would have brought you a win What a stroke of luck for those who saw In this learning, no vile experience they bore And times will come when you will get to see Great wins … Continue reading bottomless pit, i fell
The ooze flows down his nose, red clear enough for him to tell the ground owes him a few drops, I'd wish to help, neither can I stand the choke held by the airs around, Pelt by pelt, the stones whisk us by, I hear a voice squint, guess he embraced the copper whose covers … Continue reading PACING SHUDDERS