Edward Kofi Louis
Exegesis - Poem by Edward Kofi Louis
To the lady who gave birth and,
To the man who was responsible;
Muse, use, fuse;
With the muse of love in the land of peace.
Age, haulage, charge, cage, page, stage;
Outlined with the muse of the land;
Obeserved with love;
And, with the muse of the two in question.
And, with standards;
In the land of the living.
To bolster confidence;
because, we came from somewhere!
And, everybody has a contact on this earth.
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