Konjit Berhane

Rookie (SePTeMBer,18 1983 DEath i Believe i am ImMorTal / a S M a R a)

Konjit Berhane Poems

1. Public Restroom 12/19/2006
2. That Is That 8/3/2005
3. Differentiate ‘em…! 12/19/2006
4. Greedy Cruel Sea 4/20/2011
5. A Tale To The Generation 4/20/2011
6. I Love Asmara In The Rain...! 11/18/2006
7. That Little Girl 10/16/2005
8. People Of This Era... 12/19/2006
9. That Weird Street At Night 11/6/2006
10. ? ? ? ? ? Answer All My Questions? ? ? ? 12/2/2006
11. Who? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 2/21/2006
12. Sara's Room 10/26/2005
13. Change 10/26/2005
14. Pretend 4/28/2006
15. What I Deserve...! 4/28/2006
16. Prefer 8/1/2005
17. Am I? 8/3/2005
18. A Second Head 8/1/2005
19. The Old Men 11/15/2005
20. Rich Wind 7/20/2005
21. Patriotic 7/28/2005
22. Turning Money In To Ash...! ! 5/12/2006
23. Funeral 4/24/2007
24. I Will Carry On....! ! 5/1/2006
25. Unemployed 10/19/2005
26. Is Love A Creed? ? ? 4/11/2006
27. So I Am A Black Flower....! ! ! 7/27/2006
28. A Song....! 11/22/2005
29. White Rose 10/26/2005
30. Getting Brighter 7/28/2005
31. Is It Life? 7/26/2005
32. I Hate Secrets! ! ! ! 3/16/2006
33. If Roses... 7/20/2005
34. A Real April The Fool 7/26/2005
35. How Long? 7/20/2005
36. Weirdo 7/18/2005
37. Mr. Peter & My Sister 7/18/2005
38. At This Moment 11/9/2005
39. After Death 7/13/2005
40. Poverty 7/13/2005
Best Poem of Konjit Berhane

A Woman

In the world of Saints
I would have been an Angel.
In the world of Peace
I would have been a Dove.
In the world of Passion
I would have been Love.
In the world of a Prayer
I would have been Praise.
In the world of Science
I would have been a Fact.
In the world of Wars
I would have been a Bullet.
In the world of Technology
I would have been Speed.
In the world of Agriculture
I would have been a Seed.
In the world of Manners
I would have been Politeness.
In the world of Fear.
I would have been Courage.
In the world of Sorrow
I would...

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Poverty

The poor
The homeless
The mother
The father
The son
The daughter
One by one
Died of hunger

The aunt
The uncle
The niece
The cousin
Followed them later

Oh! Poverty
Killing all the makers of history
Will you and I live to see
Poverty being history?

June 5,2005

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