Joshua Tesha

(22 December 1990 / ARUSHA)

Lucre


Old man with cat,
always he whack the dog,
he drunker oaf,
suddenly he ululating,
suddenly he sad,
Pas across car wash..

Old man with hat,
who wear like pharisee,
like page of utterance,
suddenly he ruinous,
suddenly he rummage,
Pass across Car wash..

Old man with carafe,
travel long with staff's,
dance with briefcase,
suddenly he stop,
suddenly he enter,
Pass across Car wash..

Old man with toboggan,
who wear kimono,
he ask Car owner,
suddenly he push him,
suddenly he take the key,
Pass across Car wash..

Old man with coat,
who travel with briefcase,
he forget his staff's,
suddenly he take the Car,
suddenly he race,
Pass across Car wash..

Old man quixotic,
they cant follow you,
u' left large than you take,
suddenly they r laugh,
suddenly they r rich,
Pass across Car wash..

Old man I abash,
travel long distance,
he remember staff's,
suddenly he stop,
suddenly he turn-back,
pass across Car wash..

old man I cant believe,
oil it's over,
and ur far to Car wash,
suddenly he cry,
suddenly he fall down,
Pass across CAR WASH..

Old man your lustre,
briefcase has 3000 dollar,
and car had 250,
suddenly he shock,
suddenly he awake,
Pass across Car wash..

Old man with CAT,
now you travel on foot,
you left the car with 250,
and you follow lost briefcase,
suddenly you loose,
suddenly you get heart attack,
Pass across Car wash..

Old man with hat,
car wash is no longer here,
there EXIT no ENTER,
suddenly he fall,
suddenly he die,
he lost all,
you forget Ur cat,
you lost hat,
I am Sorry...

Submitted: Saturday, April 20, 2013
Edited: Saturday, April 20, 2013

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