A Great Man That Wears Fez - Poem by Ejalonibu Abraham
In the thick dead of darkness,
His eyes shines like thunder strom in dark;
Speaks with thunder in his voice,
Battle human and slew them with axes.
When the sun have freedom from darkness
He wears fez to engage the day
Flies with machine of death.
He finished eating pounded yam with head of the family,
And killed his host son on the porch!
Horrendous fear of the day
And panic of the night.
He walks with fears
Death works on behave of him.
He who prepare to fight against him
Shall be afflicted with rheumatism,
Who try to arrest him
Shall be engaged with epilesy;
Who walks in cunny way,
Shall be engaged with elephantiases.
A great robber that wear fez
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