Rasta Israel Uda
Poems of Rasta Israel Uda
|4.||Dinner with Perpetual||1/17/2014|
|5.||Flower of a Deserted Garden||8/17/2013|
|7.||The lady in light brown silk gown||12/21/2013|
|8.||The Rake's Man||5/2/2014|
The Rake's Man
Bewildered by the rants coming across street,
He fine-tuned his tool to clear away leaves
That rest on the sand shore in a compound so glued
to its tidings.
Putting up with a fair weather friend, who claims
to understand his world on a rock. The birds signal
their empathy to him as he master's the art of being
contented in a world so unreal to his true emotions.