Edward Kofi Louis (13th October 1961 / Accra, GHANA)
Monowi, on, moon, win, mono, in, won, no, own;
And, at loggerhead.
No matter how hard the chicken dances,
It would never please the hawk.
But, at loggerhead with the controversies.
Life in the town,
With vengeance and hatred!
And, like a stumbling block;
With the muse of the nature of things around.
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