Edward Kofi Louis
Galloping - Poem by Edward Kofi Louis
This may be yours but,
What is mine?
Sitting on the horse;
Enjoying the status of your life,
But, the sun keeps on moving.
Sunrise and sunset!
With the muse of life playing its role;
The sun doesn't sleep,
When it is sunset in your land, it then means sunrise in another land.
Factor, actor, tractor!
Catching your fish and,
Preparing your own food;
Wing, in, win, wig!
The sun is like one of the eyes of the Creator and, the moon is like His back as well.
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