Edward Kofi Louis

Bronze Star - 6,833 Points (13th October 1961 / Accra, GHANA)

Naana II

Brake, rake!
You acted like the President of the people;
Gap, gape!
But, you acted in a very nagative way today;
Rake, brake!
For, you lost your mind when you saw this young girl;
Rape, gape!
And, what you did to the young girl was exposed to us.
Bray, dray!
So, you have to face the court in this very town;
Lean, learn!
Naana was the name of the young girl you raped;
Sin, sine!
And the court will surely sentence;
Earn, learn!
But, you can learn to overcome everything with the righteous laws.

Submitted: Thursday, December 20, 2012

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