Abdulmajeed Soladoye Poems
|4.||Tomorrow Never Comes||3/18/2013|
|8.||Make Me Understand||4/14/2013|
|9.||Secularism My Foot||4/14/2013|
|12.||A New Dawn||5/29/2015|
|17.||The 'Joyful Pain'||3/11/2013|
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The 'Joyful Pain'
Trying to be 'the man', but couldn't bear to see her in pain
She looked into my eyes and reassured me it wouldn't be in vain
'Sorry...sorry' I repeat, but deep down I knew the message wasn't close to her brain.
She fought vigorously with the pain,
Knowing the ultimate treasure she stood to gain.
My heart grows fonder and heavier that 'Berger' wouldn't be able to carry with a crane.
As if suffocated by the new world, she screamed aloud in pain.
Her body beautiful and soul pure without a stain.
Smiles radiate from her face as the 'joyful pain' wanes.
And to her ...
Majority live in the hood
Some places are better called wood
People go days without food
A few mean hundreds control our livelihood
We steal peanuts they hang us and kick the stool
They steal billions, detain them then throw a party at the pool
This is so cruel
They cover our eyes with wool
And think we're all fools