Treasure Island

Samuel Eyitayo

Death O Death

Death O Death
You took my friend away
Without no notice
You are liar
Death O Death

Death O Death
You took away His dreams
Without any other
You are liar
Death O Death

You are liar
You know quite well
That he was about to blossom
You struck
You are liar
Death O Death

Death O Death
You have done your worst
What else could you do
He is dead, yes!
But he will rise again
You are liar
Death O Death

Samuel A. Eyitayo
Monday, November 2001

Submitted: Sunday, May 18, 2014

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