Moostef Vosti


Zuba the Kozi god


Talk of a dragon then yeah
African enormous ape or a Godzilla
Then king Zuba fits that description
He was a god of Kozi land

He breathe fire and spat venom
Cursed with a voice of the devil
Muscles almost tore his skin apart
His roar caused tremors that sent lion king back to the cave

His voice was a command
The land would listen in scare
Offenders became a meal
Your right became a wrong
Consider yourself dead demanding it
You ceased to own it at birth

A chimera was the goddess
Chipala was her home of reverence
The land paid homage there
That land is down in Africa
And Zuba was a king there

Submitted: Thursday, June 28, 2012
Edited: Thursday, June 28, 2012

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