Treasure Island

Ebi Robert

(6 feb 1990 / Yenagoa(Niger Delta))

Return of the forest


War …………………!
War …………………! !
War to the dwellers
Gain ………………….!
Gain ………………….! !
Gain from the vain of inheritance
tranquil and madly ready
Wasn’t a massacre.

War ………………..!
War: joint-sperm to replenish
On the soil of mute.

Gain ………………….!
Gain; they are exiled and wont return.
Lia, eldest honoured to keep the peace.
Egwe, youngest, Gloried to care.

War ……………..!
War ……………...! !
War, their peace troubled to escape.
War, ‘’Warri’’ destroyed and no one to cook with the fire
Slattered and prisioned tittles.

War ………………!
War ………………! !
War, Gain, gain, gain.

These enemies of pacifism
wait for no age,
dwellers of all land.

To claim, to reign and gain.
Little wheeze close to the prewinkle.
sneeze their repent.

Submitted: Wednesday, January 11, 2012
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