Itai Oscar Poems
At the midday of my life,
I take a glance at my rear view mirror
behind me I see speed humps, curves and road blocks
I come into cognizance that there has been a delay
time had evaporated gradually
inspite of the delay, I won't give up
The melancholy evaporates like dew at sunrise
the mist of confusion subsides gradually
through my window with my head out, I wave goodbye
goodbye to midlife crisis
Through my windscreen I see a glitter
my future is so bright I need sunglasses
my blurred vision regains its former strength
fresh fire is ignited in ...
A troop of the enemy rushed my way sweeping everything on its way but before it reached me they were thwarted.
Hounds of demons came stealthily camouflaged like the American army in Iraq but before their scent reached my nose they were thwarted.
A hurricane of poverty forcefully jetted my vicinity but was thwarted. Its power diffused effortlessly like a bomb in the hands of a bomb disposal squad.
A whirlwind of trouble tried to uproot me but its mightyness was thwarted.
Like a baobab t