Edward Kofi Louis
Along The Ridge - Poem by Edward Kofi Louis
With his rod on the sea.
In the land;
Seen afar off from the coast.
Along the ridge,
With the view of the bridge.
To seek refuge;
Because of the terror in the land.
List, fist, mist!
From the Islands of the sea;
But, the truth is already known;
For, a picture is wealth more than thousand words.
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