Comfort Ndlovu

Good Morrow - Poem by Comfort Ndlovu

When the weather is hot
You'd better not be short,
When the weather is cold
You'd better not be old,
When the weather is dry
You'd better not care nor cry,
When the weather is wet
You'd better not keep a pet,
When the weather is chilly
You'd better not be silly,
When the weather is cool
You'd better not be a fool,
When the Summer rains fall
You'd better not sit on a wall,
When the rainbow appears
You'd better see your dilemma disappears!

Good morrow this day so fair,
Good morrow, so fresh the morning air!
Good morrow my child,
Good morrow my man,
Good morrow my elder,
Good morrow my lady;
Long live
The God if gifts this season will give
the fruits for all your labour,
Please learn to share with your neighbor;
Long live -
Live and let live,
God bless you
on this day new
and the others to follow,
So, good morrow, Ellies and Gees, good morrow!

*'Ellies' (Ladies)
*'Gees' (Gentlemen)
*'Morrow' (morning)

Poet's Notes about The Poem

Good morning, or 'Good Morrow', as Shakespear would say. So... Good morrow!

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, March 27, 2013

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