Mansa Haruna

Driving Down Doomsday Road - Poem by Mansa Haruna

When I look around my community and I see so many cars; so much so that the ratio of cars to men is 2: 1, then I know there is something wrong with my people. It is a psychological problem. When people prefer to drive around and wait in traffic instead of spending time at home then you know the problem has gotten to the level of a crisis. Men and Women competing for gazes from the so-called unfortunate pedestrians.

“Hey look at my car! ”

The more bizarre the car and clandestine its inhabitants the better and more fulfilling the destructive gaze.

Topic(s) of this poem: health, love and life, people, people power, show

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, November 24, 2015

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