Chris Che Mbuzi Kaunda

Rookie (28 APRIL 1993 / Malawi)

Let The Pen Vommit

Let my pain vommit for this nowadays love
you love today tommorow is your enemy
you laugh together but tommorow is angry
thats the new way of life

Let the paper receive and swallow the ink
to agree about todays war, blood shedding
loosing of lives and houses tearing
innocent souls crying for their freedom

let my fingers scrib this pen in sorrow
feeling sorry for todays epedemics
people dying because of HIV and AIDS
when are we going to overcome all this

Let my eyes gaze at this paper
about where the world is going
prostitution is now a fashion
born frees making their way to hell

Let the ink make the paper wet
as it is impossible for the rain to wet the ground
at the end handful harvests
thats the todays world

I let my pen to vommit
i let my heart a crime to commit
fighting for peace, love and harmony
GOD cease these wars, bring peace and joy
because my pen can not it only vommit for love

Submitted: Friday, October 18, 2013
Edited: Saturday, October 19, 2013
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