Treasure Island

alexander opicho

(when dictatorship began / kenya)

Akademish tugend


AKADEMISCH TUGEND

By
Alexander K Opicho
(Eldoret, Kenya; aopicho@yahoo.com)

Hor mir zu! meine tochter
Wenn du mochte zu bluhem wissenschatlicht;
Uben leute gute morals
Uben leute demut
Habe leute respect und disziplin
Behalten nicht an geld
Waschen leute eure seelen veisheit
Uben leute forschung dauernd
Uben leute gute zuhoren konnen
Habe intellektuelle einfuhlungsvermogen
Eure geschicht sollte nicht versweiflung du
Vermeiden leute arrongnz intellektuell
Vermeiden leute spottbillig wetteifern
Vermeiden leute spottbillig konkurrieren
Wahren leute mannschaftt kultur
Meine tochter mit diese leute, du werden bluhem

Vergnugen!

Submitted: Monday, November 18, 2013
Edited: Monday, November 18, 2013

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gedich ist uber schule kultur

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