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A new pie
It’s fine as the atmosphere is telling,
Every Patriots apprehending
the notion for political Advent
taking place in central west,
An incumbency of historical feeling.
Here we are,a sovereign nation,
Birthed out in freedom to an ambition,
Cuddled with myths of a judicious,
unequivocal,and sumptous symptoms,
Yet crawling under shady vision.
Sixty years of governance,
Since nineteen sixty’s reminisce,
Those flying green weening out,
White mixed with ashes from the south,
the stand holding is no more affixed.
It takes two to tango,
Where are those bulls to tackle?
Where are those apes to return to the jungle?
Free us from those shackles
As twilight of tomorrow.
Who will feed our infants?aye!
Feed them with a new pie?
That won’t turn sour
On their striken tongue,
A baker of a better pie.
Apprehending : to notice or understand
Notion : an idea or opinion
Advent : arrival
Incumbency : office or position
Judicious:showing good judgement
Sumptous: rich or luxurious
Affixed:to hold firm
Twilight:gloom or dusk
October 1, 2020 at 9:52 am Reply