abdoul aziz fatty

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TO HER LOST GLORY Poem by abdoul aziz fatty


TO HER LOST GLORY

The promise land long preserved
And the light she deserved
In the ocean we swim to cumb
With iron hand lady you comb

From those pure isolated day
To the beat of the drum the way
Men of vices and zero responsibilities
Their pitiless eye rotate with inabilities

The lost glory deeply I cry
In the dark moon shall I mourn
Voices bent to let bast try
In the dark moon till morn'

The great weak lady yes, you shall
But with resistance the first the last to boys.

Submitted: Sunday, April 07, 2013
Edited: Thursday, October 10, 2013

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a very respectful and responsible girl who lost her glory(virginity) after long days of resistance.however a very foolish boy made her lost her glory.

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