Lambon Salifu Muhammeed
The Mock - Poem by Lambon Salifu Muhammeed
Mock my bulky eyes,
If you think your zig-zag legs are arranged perfectly
Mock my crooked head,
If you think your shapeless ears are trimmed perfectly
Mock my broad nose,
If you think your lengthy head is perfectly crafted
Mock my mountainous lips,
If you think your protruding forehead deserve not a mock
Mock my enormous head,
If you think your fat jaws has a perfect shape
Mock my amputated hand,
If you think your three fingers make five
Mock my one leg,
If you think your one eye make two
Mock my ugly face,
If only you think your single toe make five
Again, you mock me
If you have all perfect!
Not all you mock i bought, nature gives!
Remember when the mother monkey mocks the sunken eyes of her son,
she equally mocks her self!
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