LULU MERO

Rookie - 10 Points (Dar-es Salaam, Tanzania)

I-N-C-O-M-P-L-E-T-E


While thinking with admiration
Of how life is full of modulation
Is this state or nation
Not a subway or station
For you or me to get the notion
It is a fact everything have causation
But where, how and which foundation
Will it explain and convince our sensation
And if there is will it give us all citation
Or maybe will be the matter of time and duration
That is not all narration or making quotation
The truth is hard to find and life is frustration
Why? Why there are always changes more than mutation
Is better less mutation for our body pigmentation?
Am afraid of cancer and operation
Maybe Dr. Grim can explain its implication
Or No! It’s Sir God with all the information
He can give use the key and installation
Would like to compete more for exploration
But better i do things which are more inspiration
I hate irritation, so why don't I go on vacation
Tryin; to sleep, while mind full of aggravation
When and how will I lay down all my flotation?
bY Prof. Dr. Lulu Mero~

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Submitted: Thursday, July 07, 2011
Edited: Monday, August 08, 2011
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