Destitutes Poem by Tosin Adesokan

Destitutes



Absent Father
Tired Mother
Broken Society
Children are dirty

If anyone thinks he can change the poor through writing
Let him ask from the prey that diedby biting
I advise you to give up this attitude
Stop thinking of changing their altitude

Frustrated mother
Adventurer Father
Shattered society
Unhealthy home, entirely dirty

There problem starts from home
Like a Christian that leaves Rome
Before you use yourself as substitute
Demand the reason for being destitute

Unhappy mother
Aiming higher
On her children
And she can't afford a pen

Don't follow the multitude
Try and change your attitude
Your plans should be abated
And they never be debated


Lost Father
Dead mother
Orphan children
Left with neither asset nor pen

That's how they will be progressing without picnic
They are sick but can't afford clinic
Don't use your yourself as a substitute
In other to save the destitute

Friday, May 10, 2019
Topic(s) of this poem: life
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