Sherbanu Molu

(1st March 1996 / Mombasa, Kenya)

My Kingdom To Rule!


I know I'm ignored,
But, I'll never turn red,
I'm patient,
I'm decent,
One day,
Surely, one day,
It will be my kingdom to rule,
They'll feel jealous,
Always being cautious,
Every move I make,
A plan they'll make,
I don't care,
I'm aware,
For how long?
Surely, I'm strong,
I will change their blackened hearts,
They'll have sweet-hearts,
Dead leaves will become fresh,
Mankind will start their lives afresh,
Vinegar will turn into honey,
They'll find it tasty,
The frowns will turn into smiles,
The hidden lies,
All the bad times will vanish,
They'll never be selfish,
Man will give away to the poor,
Even If they are poor,
The world will change,
It will change!
One day,
Surely, one day,
I will rule,
It will be my kingdom to rule...

Submitted: Saturday, February 13, 2010
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