Masharia kanyari

Rookie - 97 Points (Kenya -East Africa)

Exit Music Poem by Masharia kanyari


I believe that one day,
I'm going to be a fine man,
Decent; loving and accomplished,
I just don't think I'm there yet,
and Right now; Oh well,
I cannot help but worry,
Because I'm not very nice anymore,

Like every human being; when it comes to my interests,
I operate with flexible morality,
and No outcome is too grim,
Provided it finds it's way into the closet,
I always get what I want; Bless the narrow mindedness,

Outlandish thoughts dock on the shores of my soul,
I cannot stop the surge in my head,
I go sober now to parties I needed drugs to attend,
And the fear of crashing is not something I fret over,
I'm just happy I flew- clad in boots of lead,

We shall get through this; you and I,
With beautiful scars and a great story to tell,
With our oversized spirits and average intelligence,
For We are human beings,
And Nature is what we were put in this world to rise above

Submitted: Thursday, January 23, 2014
Edited: Friday, February 21, 2014

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