Edward Kofi Louis

Gold Star - 11,805 Points (13th October 1961 / Accra, GHANA)

The Muse Of Hustle And Bustle


What have you beyond the shores of Africa!
For, i am with the great sense of humour to feed your brains;
And, to touch your hearts with my sweet love.

The muse of life in the land of the living,
With a great applause to the guests;
As we learn from the old people in this village,
But, the Bridge between us is like the hunger expressed daily.

The muse of hustle and bustle!
Push it in and pull it out;
Knowing what you do face daily in your land.

The muse of life in the land of the living!
Like the consignments around to elude your mind;
But globalisation is still not solving the problems at hand.

Times are hard!
But, wonders will never end in the name of love;
As many are marginalised on this earth,
However, i have got my vision to move on.

Submitted: Friday, January 17, 2014
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