kalke anawkam

Rookie (18th march 1978 / leicester)

A Messy Century - Please Read In Tune To Yellow Submarine Song By The Beatles - Poem by kalke anawkam

In the world, where I was born,
Many hearts have been torn,
But with your friends, you may get by,
And you may, even fly,

We all live in a messy century, a messy century….

Some of the things, that we have done,
Makes a persons’ stomach churn,
None of the birds, no longer sing,
Cos of all, the tree killings,

We all live in a messy century, a messy century….

Some of the days, we may go on,
As if there, is nothing wrong,
But kids suffer, in many ways,
Goin without, for many days,

We all live in a messy century, a messy century….

To all the kids, that’ve not eaten,
Don’t worry, we’re not beaten,
We’ll be there, as soon as we can,
To help you out, and get a tan,

We all live in a messy century, a messy century….

We’ll bring you clothes, we’ll bring you food,
But most of all, we’ll bring our LOVE,
Stick together, and UNITE,
And you will, survive the FIGHT….

We all live in a messy century, a messy century….

You’ll have your ups, you’ll have your downs,
Glowing smiles, and sorrow frowns,
But with your friends, you’ll get past the worst,
Believe me friend, you’re not the first,

We all live in a messy century, a messy century….

Blue or green, or black or white
Can we smile, and UNITE?
Stop the wars, and stop the fears,
So we may, dry our tears…

We all live in a messy century, a messy century….

Give us back our precious world,
It’s our gem, and emerald,
Stick together, and UNITE,
For what we know, as true and right…..

We all live in a messy century, a messy century……


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Poem Submitted: Thursday, August 4, 2005

Poem Edited: Sunday, October 16, 2005


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