Ibrahym Oba

Troy and archilles

Archilles the great worrior
Son of a witch and horror
You lived by thousand horses strength
Archilles you destroy Troy
Fighting for love and fame
You killed the heir of Troy
You are selfish
Many worriors had gone before and more will come.,
Upon your sword apolo was destroyed
You wave the wall of Troy like sinisters
By your sword milions has slept
Thou, whatever man does is base on love or fame
You die by fame
Troy, you fall for love
Archilles you slain Hector
Hector hero of Troy
You both shall fight in heaven
Now a genius appears in the world of poetry
His rapier is pen
In this century he lives like Troy
His pen is archilles
His script is Hector
The hero is name
IbrahymOba king of poets

Submitted: Sunday, February 28, 2010
Edited: Wednesday, May 29, 2013

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