Treasure Island

Michael Wamalwa

(10/02/1990 / Kenya)

A cruel beast

A vice so loved.
The voiceless,
Suffer in its hands.
The powerful,
Feast its fruits,
A vice so evil.

From it emanate.
Like mushroom they sprout.
Like bees they swarm.
A vice so evil.

A son to it has become,
A by-product is,
A vice so evil.

To it is rubbish,
In its mind constantly dwells.
A vice so evil.

Submitted: Sunday, July 24, 2011
Edited: Monday, April 16, 2012

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