Treasure Island

Samuel Eyitayo

A Fool with Plenty Nonsense

Let me say it
Not tomorrow of what I know about
The Fool with plenty nonsense

The fool heads out
To buy articles not needed
To pile them up to become
The fool with plenty nonsense

His skull is full of waste
Loves them all
Keeps them in
The fool with plenty nonsense

Whatever it is
Filled the cage
Till space is begging for help
The fool with plenty nonsense

Robbed of life
Sleeps alone
Live with animals
The fool with plenty nonsense

Dirty aroma
Peace elusive
Death knocking with
The fool with plenty nonsense

What could we do...
Where should we send...
Who will help...
The fool with plenty nonsense?

Submitted: Friday, February 14, 2014
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This is about Hoarders who are not psychologically sick, but loves to keeps things not needed in their homes while others lacked such things

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