Edward Kofi Louis
Edward Kofi Louis Poems
|34401.||G. O. L. A. N.||3/25/2017|
|34402.||C. I. B. 2||3/26/2017|
|34403.||F. O. R. D.||3/26/2017|
|34404.||C. E. I.||3/26/2017|
|34405.||U. D. A. I.||3/26/2017|
|34406.||H. U. B. L. O. T.||3/26/2017|
|34407.||S. C. O. T. T.||3/26/2017|
|34408.||C. O. T.||3/26/2017|
|34409.||J. A. Z. I. B.||3/26/2017|
|34410.||Under This Heavy Burden||3/26/2017|
|34411.||With This Pain||3/26/2017|
|34412.||E. G. G.||3/26/2017|
|34413.||U. D. G.||3/26/2017|
|34414.||E. S. K.||3/26/2017|
|34415.||E. T. B.||3/26/2017|
|34416.||E. S. E.||3/26/2017|
|34417.||E. O. F.||3/26/2017|
|34418.||E. B. L.||3/26/2017|
|34419.||E. W. S.||3/26/2017|
|34420.||W. T. K.||3/26/2017|
|34421.||W. A. M||3/26/2017|
|34422.||B. D. E.||3/26/2017|
|34423.||D. E. R.||3/26/2017|
|34424.||B. W. G. G.||3/26/2017|
|34425.||B. A. V. B.||3/26/2017|
|34426.||V. P. S. L.||3/26/2017|
|34427.||S. S. S. S.||3/26/2017|
|34428.||D. L. K. D. F. E.||3/26/2017|
|34429.||D. K. D. K.||3/26/2017|
|34430.||N. F. M.||3/26/2017|
|34431.||U. N. D. E.||3/26/2017|
|34432.||U. B. N. N.||3/26/2017|
|34433.||S. H. O. W.||3/26/2017|
|34434.||S. H. O. E.||3/26/2017|
|34435.||K. I. D. S.||3/26/2017|
|34436.||S. A. S. H. A.||3/26/2017|
|34437.||A. N. A. D. I.||3/26/2017|
|34438.||N. N. A. D. I.||3/26/2017|
|34439.||R. O. S. I. N. H. A.||3/26/2017|
|34440.||P. M. Z.||3/27/2017|
'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.