Joub kahuria

Rookie (27/02/1989 / Kenya)

Black Respect - Poem by Joub kahuria

Black shoes,
black suits,
black sandals
black you,
black specs,
black life,
black faces,
black casket dropped deep the dark grave,
Red ribbons,
red lights,
red flowers,
red wine.
Hearse sirens
wailing women,
Black speeches,
Blackened praises, all in all they call it the last respect

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Poem Submitted: Thursday, April 12, 2012

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