Treasure Island

ahmed kakembo

(- / ziroobwe)

evil dowers of the world


the world we is full dowers
rape is the order of the day
corruption is increasing like production
rich don't help the poor, burden them with heavy works
mothers throw child in latrine, fathers are irresponsible
children are living on roads like animal in field
people are being sacrificed like animal
oh father in heaven help us
we don't know were are we ending
abortion is the order of the day
oh why the world is moving like this
people play sex like eating apple
war in world has left people homeless
love is declined from the world
nepotism has increased like nothing

Submitted: Monday, December 01, 2008

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