alexander opicho

Rookie - 469 Points (when dictatorship began / kenya)

IN PRAISE OF AMERICAN TROOPS IN NIGERIA FIGHTING BOKO HARAM


Match, match forward and go, you heroic sons of America
Reconnoiter into the strongholds of boko haram,
And restore our captive girls from the foul custody,
Lawlessly held hostage by the connoisseurs of terror,
Go on and recover poor souls from ribald of religion
Impishly created by Moslems from the satanic verses,
Regulating foray of terror on the poor of the poor
Raping, mahyeming, looting and executing massacres,
Match on and on yee angels of democracy,
Don't stop in any haste or in any wonder,
To help in the sham flabbergastations,
About the Igbos who fought the Biafra,
And the Yorubas who federally defended,
Under the aegis of Obasanjo the Sandhurst
General, where are they all to save the girls
Of Nigeria from the Islamist terror
Excuted by boko haram the handmaid of evil.

Submitted: Friday, June 06, 2014

Topic of this poem: love


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