AUGUST

August 7, 2008
By Siloma SILVER, Nairobi, Other
Siloma SILVER, Nairobi, Other
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Favorite Quote:
"HISTORY HAS DEMONSTRATED THAT THE MOST NOTABLE WINNERS USUALLY ENCOUNTERED HEART BREAKING OBSTACLES BEFORE THEY TRIUMPHED. THEY REFUSED TO BE DISCOURAGED BY THEIR DEFEATS"


AUGUST

A
All you do: destruct every year
Leaving us in tears
To death we near
Making us fear

U
Umpteen destruction from you
Each and every year; tragedy
Why leave us in a worry?
We apologize we are sorry

G
Go away six letter word
That makes each face sad
You’ve taken our mom’s and dad’s
You’ve turn everything to bad

U
Untie us from bondage
And allow us flick good pages
Banish all your rage
And we’ll pay your wage

S
Surely, is it wealth that you want?
Or do you think we can’t
Give you all the wealth
For you to spare us?

T
To reach our goals
Please spare our lives
And property
And let us live in peace!


The author's comments:
THIS POEM I WROTE IT PURPOSELY BECAUSE WE ARE ENTERING INTO THE MONTH OF AUGUST, THE MOST FEARED AND DESTRUCTIVE MONTH OF THE YEAR, I JUST WANTED TO EXPRESS MY VIEW ABOUT IT.

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