Adébáyò, How Can You Survive? - Poem by Driven Endowed
I can survive in million ways,
In regardless of what you paves,
Which makes of strong wholly,
With my beads of being holy.
I will tear apart the world's calamity,
Where many people are living in impecuniosity,
I will stand out from the bigot,
Who proves himself as an agent.
There a way will be marked for me,
In regardless of my sin,
There I will choose my pathway,
In consideration for me to weigh.
I will be a standing pole,
Which works round the clock with hole,
Which is lacked down with hooker;
In order to increase the has of my cooker.
I will wall down the street with boldness,
The boldness which pave way for strongness,
The boldness which proves me as a man,
With the length of my arm.
My fortune you can't operate,
My glory you can't underrate,
Which makes me a tall giant,
In a secret room of the boy brilliant.
Have you seen that I can survive?
Have you seen that I have been given the high-five?
The high-five that has mapped the glory of your detestation,
Which will anon leads it to total conflagration.
Comments about Adébáyò, How Can You Survive? by Driven Endowed
Read this poem in other languages
This poem has not been translated into any other language yet.
Still I Rise
The Road Not Taken
If You Forget Me
Edgar Allan Poe
Stopping By Woods On A Snowy Evening
I Do Not Love You Except Because I Love You