Walani Ndhlovu (23 March 1996 / Blantyre, Malawi)
You are a disease
A disease that affect our mind
A disease that kills us with addiction
Till we forget our ambitions.
Neurosurgeons have failed
For technology keeps on coming
To make the price affordable
As you make us feel comfortable.
We try to prevent you
But friends keep on waiting for us
Well, we'll still try to keep you away
For you drive us astray.
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