Lauwo George

(Mbeya)

Faint Hert.........


A man stood by the door
Ngo! Ngo! Expecting a blow
Alas! Gosh! The raving reply
Was a bucket of sewage.

Summer came, spring tide passed
All seasons sighted him by the gate
Knocking expecting insults to get.
One day, only one luckiest day
The sun shone dearly down on him
The sky and skyscrapers witnessed ‘em
His knock was eventually accommodated
The gorgeous lady opened the door
He immediately ran into her heart
And carried her to his kingly hut
Hence all sincere reasons and seasons
Justified their staying together.

Submitted: Friday, January 10, 2014
Edited: Saturday, January 11, 2014
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