Abdallah Mpogole

Rookie - 3 Points (30, July 1982 / Iringa, Tanzania)

Not Tomorrow Poem by Abdallah Mpogole


Tell your sister not to come tomorrow,
because she will be in sorrow,
Tell her to come if she is ready for horror.

Tell your sister not to come tomorrow,
because tomorrow the money i promised isn't in my rotate,
Tell her to come if she can tolerate.

Tell your sister not to come tomorrow,
because tomorrow the plan to marry her is not yet set,
Tell her to come if she can continue wait.

Tell your sister not to come tomorrow,
because tomorrow my landlord will make a debts chase,
Tell her to come if she will help me carry bed and briefcase.

Tell your sister not to come tomorrow,
because tomorrow is my day for an affair with her rival,
Tell her to come if she is able to fight for love survival.

Tell your sister not to come tomorrow,
because tomorrow i will be writting a divorce letter to her,
Tell her to come if she can add bitter words in her letter.

Tell your sister not to come tomorrow,
because tomorrow is not a day to come,
Tell her to come if she dont know the day.

Submitted: Wednesday, September 8, 2010
Edited: Wednesday, September 8, 2010

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