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Prince Lartey


Innocence (part 2) ART


Art is a scientist
Art is an economist
Art is a socialist
Art is a voice
Art is visual
Art is Genesis to Revelations
Art is karma
Art is a spell
Art is aburukuwa
Art is a tide
Art is a foetus
Art is a dolphin
She is wise
Art values life
He is above the sky
He watches his daughters from high
He educates his sons to inspire
Art is the creator of mankind
Son of man riseth at last
And sits on his right hand
Art is that that keeps us in line

Submitted: Friday, September 20, 2013
Edited: Friday, September 20, 2013
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