Edward Kofi Louis

Gold Star - 11,805 Points (13th October 1961 / Accra, GHANA)

Pulingat


Pulingat, ant, in, Pat, nut, tan, Paul, gut, Putin, tin!
Place your threshold to my threshold of love and let us sing together;
For, the young bull of the herd is about to sleep.
Ant, giant!
With the muse of love and the peace of the mind;
But, this image seen outside was like the vision of your love.

Pulingat, pan, pang, pig, lag, ling, gaing, ping, pin, plain;
Behind the pillars of love!
With the pattern of the muse of your aroma,
Like a kid from the goats in the bush.
Box, fox, ox!
Alone with love andm with the memories of peace;
Doing your best always without hurting others.

The key of love!
To respect life and to bring peace to all;
Pulingat, gaint, put, tag, gin, lain, pain, lip, tip, pit;
But, according to the laws and the truth,
With the walkways of compassion!
Where unity reigns in the land of the living.

Submitted: Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Topic of this poem: art


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