Treasure Island

Edward Kofi Louis

(13th October 1961 / Accra, GHANA)

Thank Teachers


Dropping!
Doping,
Velvet,
Tamarind;
To thank a teacher,
For advising you! !
To overcome.
Life!
We all need teachers;
So, do thank your teachers and,
Live in peace with others from what you've learnt.
The muse of life,
To communicate;
The muse of nature,
To write information;
The muse of love,
To search for the truth;
So, do thank teachers who show you the way.
Manner!
Enables,
To decode;
Of a possible way,
With the ambuguity of the mind! !
between the right and the wrong.
Orthography!
Clarity is the key;
With the truth,
From the teacher of righteousness.
The law od priority!
To facilitate;
But, listen to the truth! !
Alaways from the teachers of righteousness and,
Be safe in life.

Submitted: Thursday, May 29, 2014

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