Ajala Samuel Akindele

Rookie - 134 Points (27 09 1997 / osun state)

Chibok Girls

Education is their right not
Solemly we pace our stood,
When we were abducted,
they stood an epitome of learning,
skillful, hardworking, patient and
lovely kind.

The Future was prepared,
When the snake bite the cockroach.
Their destiny was tampered;
Nay knows the best.
Their fate was hardly-touched;
He never sleep, he sees you.

Bombardiers came in like a rescue
to disguise the evilness of atrocities,
unfortunately the way turn around
and truth became untruth.

The road path into sections and
Night cometh like a thief attempting
to steal the glory of life and to scramble
the hope of nation.

The terrorist channeled the whole
Globe with delay of response.
Most globalize technologies inventors,
adventurer and explorers forfeit their
capacity and accessibility but perhaps
all was never collapse.

The owner of the world,
The Ruler of nation,
The Messenger of Life,
The king of King,
The Lord of Lord,
Are you asleep?
Rise up and free our Chibok Girls.

Submitted: Saturday, July 05, 2014
Edited: Saturday, July 05, 2014

Topic of this poem: condolence

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The poem was composed due to the abduction of 274 girls by some islamic sect

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