Treasure Island

Edward Kofi Louis

(13th October 1961 / Accra, GHANA)

Nobody Knows


She's so fresh and so exciting to me!
But, nobody knows the pains that i have been through in life;
He's so fresh and so exciting to you!
But, nobody knows the troubles that you have been through in this life;
Chain, pain, rain, stain, train, lain, train, brain, drain, Cain, grain!
Nobody knows the troubles that i have seen in this life.

Water! !
Flowing through the channel;
Water! !
Flowing through the tunnel;
Water! !
Flowing through the canal;
But, it must be clean!
If not, the stain of the particles and the residues will be seen along the line.

Inherited antigenic!
Nobody knows the troubles that i have seen in life;
Blood groups A, B, O and AB! !
To find out my invisible friend out there;
But, nobody knows the pain that i have been through in this life.

Of a cup of tea with ginger, pepper, honey and molasses!
And, of the incident;
Boston, son, so, soon, on, boot, boots, soot, no! !
Of the story,
In loving memory;
But, nobody knows the troubles that you have been through in this life.

Submitted: Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, April 23, 2013
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