lavia belle mafukaduvha
I Cry For My Life - Poem by lavia belle mafukaduvha
Was i even entitled to this life
oh my late grandparents
what have i catalysed
Now i have to watch my life being sliced
i look to the east trying to get a shoulder to lean on
but all the people are cripple
i run to the west trying to get an eye to look after me
all the eyes see triple
Have mercy on my abominable life
I am sad, i am angry, i break down
I shout, i strive, i hate.
my life is looking the other way
I'm an extraterrestrial.
oh i cry for my life
For i am a danger to myself
Give me opportunity i will soar
i am like any other.
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