ademola oluwabusayo

Rookie - 770 Points (08 03 1996 / Ondo state in okitipupa)

a sabbath day journey


a sabbath day journey

For we have begin the journey

Pls be on a safe side

For there is a safety number

For we have emback on a journey

A sabbath day journey

For we begin the journey with sait of the earth

For the good samaritan are with us

For not sandwich short of a panic people

For we have emback on a journey

Remember the great traveller

A sabbath day journey


For dnt worry we be saved by the bell

For we have order to say the word

For the journey is like a scalded cat

No one have the faintest of the journey

For all have a fair field and no favour

For no one is famous for 15minute in life



For this is a far cry from other journey

For we have spend a far and away money

So far so good we are still going

Oh! the fat is in the fire have being done

We are great travellers

For this is a sabbath journey

Submitted: Saturday, August 09, 2014

Topic of this poem: nature


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