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Comfort Ndlovu


Beyond the lake


Two girls from beyond the lake,
One of them I will definitely take;
Two boys from beyond the lake,
Both of them will I fast forsake;
Both of them I will tell
to go away, away to the nearest hell!

Tell me about my rights
not the gay gay gayish rights;
Tell me about development
not the gay gay gay rights upliftment;
Let's talk development right away
or simply take your speech and go away!

Two girls from beyond the lake,
Both their hands will I shake;
We'll move away from the storm -
sit in my castle and brainstorm,
But as for effeminate sober men I'll tell
both their characters to take to hell!

When Jesus Christ comes again
to end all suffering and pain,
won't He stand afar in a long face? ...
Oh, well, upright men will see his face!
His saints will stand with Him and behold
the new, undefiled earth and nature unfold...!

Two girls from beyond the lake,
One of them will I definitely take;
Two boys from beyond the lake,
Both of them I will fast forsake;
Both of them I will tell
to go away, away to the nearest hell!

Submitted: Saturday, February 16, 2013

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Gay this gay that, till the sky is grey,
gEISH! ! !

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