Edward Kofi Louis
Edward Kofi Louis Poems
|15605.||Hell And Heaven||3/26/2010|
|15615.||The Biggest Trial||3/30/2010|
|15616.||I Am Not Your Father||3/30/2010|
|15619.||The God Of Olympus||3/30/2010|
|15638.||Without Any Info||4/8/2010|
'I will kill you like a snake',
'I will roast you like a chicken',
'I will fry you like a plantain',
So roll, roll, roll your boat when,
You have a killer gun in your pocket.
I was born in the ghetto with,
The status of poverty without a fish in my hand;
I was taught in the ghettto with,
Much tears than hope;
I was brought up in the ghetto without the Statue of Liberty to salute!
So roll your boat with the gun in your pocket;
But, who is there to cover up your actions?
I was taught in a mud-house without slippers on my feet!
Heap of wood,
Kindle the fire in Africa!
With narrow windows above the guardrooms.
To the African civilizations,
Unique and creative;
With cultures and edifices to tell a story.
In the middle of the desert road,
From the orient and the occident;
On the mountain skirts and forests to tell a stroy.