Edward Kofi Louis
35 To 37 Years Old - Poem by Edward Kofi Louis
35 to 37 years old are the people you know in your neighbourhood,
And to bring your notes down to thelane;
After your researched work!
As you prepare yourself for your business in this little township.
A humble member and a humble person,
Living to overcome the odds of life;
To turn to love and, to let it show you the ways of the truth.
Caring for you with the muse of love in this little township;
With the spread of light to educate those who are ready,
And, with the muse of the human brain.
Released last week;
Duck, stuck, pluck, cluck, muck, tuck, chuck, truck, puck!
With the rat race of the earth today.
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