Ellias Anderson C.A ( Known as captain A)

Veteran Poet - 1,246 Points (Iran, Islamic republic of)

Donkey And The Monkey - Poem by Ellias Anderson C.A ( Known as captain A)

On the stage, in the jungle, the animals were clapping for an artist monkey

Who wasn't so good at his job, and he had a friend who was a donkey

they were good friends, they had nothing bad

These two friends always laugh and they weren't sad

In the heart of black world and the black life,

They were living pure, laughing loud and they were alive

BUT as we know there are some guys,

Who just like to be so bad, they like to kill the happiness, they also lie

They didn't like to see the happiness of those happy animals,

They just did a satanic action, MONKEY AND DONKEY, the Biggest Dolls!

Killing the happiness, killing the friendships, killing the love between two creature,

Is their job of the black animals, it's important for them who that person is, even a bleacher

For lots of times they do these actions, first…second….and third……

We better call them….dear black birds!

They do the satanic things, but they are good persons,

People close their eyes on them; they don't think they are worsen!
Killing the SOUL of SIMPLE tears,

Down with black fears!

They kill the soul of Monkey and donkey,

Their soul was weaker, but hey…they were conky!

The donkey and monkey said: we wont give up,

We want to be always friends and bee at the top!

They were only persons, who understand the cruel souls,

Their soul was stronger than a watery bole!

Poet's Notes about The Poem

we should help each other to grow up and be successful, not make obstacles for each other.

Comments about Donkey And The Monkey by Ellias Anderson C.A ( Known as captain A)

  • (10/27/2012 3:37:00 PM)

    Very nice parable, Captain A... Terry (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Sunday, September 2, 2012

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