Abdallah Mpogole

Rookie - 3 Points (30, July 1982 / Iringa, Tanzania)

Abdallah Mpogole Poems

1. Mighty 5/15/2010
2. Who Could 6/22/2010
3. Nimechoka 6/22/2010
4. Napenda Kuandika. 6/28/2010
5. Muhogo Mtamu. 6/28/2010
6. Stay Calm They Say. 6/28/2010
7. Nimekukumbuka Sana. 7/8/2010
8. Keshachoka Usukani 8/4/2010
9. Ikulu Kunani? 8/4/2010
10. Nilale Niote? 8/4/2010
11. Kichaa Anena. 8/4/2010
12. Ewe Nyota. 8/4/2010
13. Mu Wapi Wafasiri. 8/5/2010
14. Unga 8/10/2010
15. Umri Waenda 9/8/2010
16. The Sea 10/17/2010
17. That Day 1/4/2011
18. Who Marry Me. 1/4/2011
19. Rumour Bowl 1/4/2011
20. Brother Same Mother 1/4/2011
21. I Listerned To. 4/7/2011
22. Eduadi Viraka 5/8/2011
23. Nazaliwa Leo 5/8/2011
24. Hear The Words 5/24/2011
25. Dreiniam 5/31/2012
26. Nduguyo 5/31/2012
27. Raha Ya Choo 7/18/2012
28. Kiswahili Weye Wangu 6/30/2013
29. Nimeuona Mwezi (Mtukufu) 6/30/2013
30. Thamaniye Chupi 7/9/2013
31. I Cant Sleep 5/14/2010
32. Nyerere Baba. 7/16/2010
33. Cry For Culture. 8/1/2010
34. Migomo 8/2/2010
35. Living In 9/1/2010
36. Siri Ya Kupata 8/4/2010
37. Somalia 7/16/2010
38. The Secret 27 Number 5/14/2010
39. Sleeper 8/10/2010
40. Jwani Ikusa 7/16/2010
Best Poem of Abdallah Mpogole

Not Tomorrow

Tell your sister not to come tomorrow,
because she will be in sorrow,
Tell her to come if she is ready for horror.

Tell your sister not to come tomorrow,
because tomorrow the money i promised isn't in my rotate,
Tell her to come if she can tolerate.

Tell your sister not to come tomorrow,
because tomorrow the plan to marry her is not yet set,
Tell her to come if she can continue wait.

Tell your sister not to come tomorrow,
because tomorrow my landlord will make a debts chase,
Tell her to come if she will help me carry bed and ...

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The Secret 27 Number

Its not written in the bumper
They call it a Greater number
From the slums to the high hills.

The Big and the Commander it gets in them,
Alot of Dead game and none to Blame
Its a Temper to the down, Stone to the Town

Carries lot of Gun, Never them turn.

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