I Like Dallas - Poem by Rahman Henry
Rulers always take care of their fellow people
As the crocodiles are of river-fish
As the Lions of deer and rest of the forest
As the snakes of frogs,
A beloved always take care of her LOVE
As a demon take care of human being
You are the one who takes care a lot of me
From the detachment, from faraway,
Adjacent to 'Oklahoma', the land of red people.
The primitive; I've no interest to go there...
I like Dallas only for her yellow roses
But I always and forever love you wherever you be;
Please, come back and fry me in an oven
Please, come back and prove your love
Or, eat me out as the wolf of Texas-mountain!
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