john chizoba vincent
Dark Voices - Poem by john chizoba vincent
The voices boom
At the outcast of the village.
They were the elephants of Aba,
Men with horrible faces breaking
The lawful act of the unpolluted land.
They speak of lootment of the public funds,
They speak of breaking the oil pipes.
Distance look of Aba's undevelopment
Strategies and means never hurt them, NO!
Rather they sing aloud with cracking voices
That terrifies humanity.
But darkness turns light when the
Song of love present itself in their midst.
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