Improper - Poem by BONGOKOBIDA ZAKARIA
Marriage between white and black is not impure
Though you become wonder struck
Harmony between the Jew and the Muslim is improper in view of you
But in view of humanity all man are equal
When a man touch you being a man you think yourself unholy
Where are you tracing God who stays at man’s residence?
Button of gold appears irrelevant on torn shirt!
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