Wilfred Mellers

Veteran Poet - 1,784 Points (March 5,1962 / Kinston, Jamaica, West Indies)

Be Thou As It May - Poem by Wilfred Mellers

Evil men come to conquer I and I
With fables from history book
Corrupt the mind of the innocent ones

Enslave and took I and I land
Took I and I aboard
Dropped I and I a yard
You claimed you save I from a mundane life
So Africans you have to fight the good fight

Be thou as it may
You cannot break I and I spirit
For he will help you on your way
So stand firm and fight the good fight
Be thou as it may

You cannot break I and I spirit
For he will help you on your way
Stand firm NYABINGHI, stand firm

Now you claim you are superior
And I and I inferior
You sailed the seven seas
Spread lies, sickness, disease
You want to handcuff I and I with your drug
With your lies of your god above
Rastafari has revealed himself to I and I
To go ahead with your evil lies

Be thou as it may
You cannot break I and I spirit
For he will help you on your way
So stand firm and fight the good fight
Be thou as it may
You cannot break I and I spirit
For he will help you on your way
Stand firm kings and empress, stand firm

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Poem Edited: Wednesday, May 4, 2011


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