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Adekitan Isaac adeyemi


Death


Why have u sting so hard?
A gem you took so fast.
Why do your venom hasten with such speed,
Your client you treat so mean.
Even millions cannot hold you down.
When binded with chains and gadget,
You still massacre thousands in the twinkled of an eye.
Father you took away from offspring,
Ward away from their guardians.
Elite pleads with thee to add decades to their lifespan.
Peasant all at your feet,
Bourgeioses also at thy mercy.
If i were you, diamonds, emeralds, golds and silvers will be demanded,
So as to live in luxuries all through
Instead of doing strenous work killing masses.

Submitted: Friday, February 14, 2014
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this poem centers on the poet personal ordeal with death, he tells about the vacuum left on the poet after the death of his father.its is there dedicated to his father of the blessed memory.

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