mariechantal tuyisabe


In The Library - Poem by mariechantal tuyisabe

I arrived in the library with a baby on my back
Thinking to attend my class on line
For my childcare was closed and damned
I found a place to begin
As I positioned myself to begin,
A libralian lady jumped in
And disturbed all my composure and said,
'Children are not allowed in the libraly as
before'
Puzzled and perplexed,
I had to defend myself
Like one with a say
Despite my explaination
Of the issue without a gain,
All went in vain and nothingness again
And few minutes later,
While I searched my way to the door,
I perfectly understood and said,
'Finally well come to a new world of Aparpheid'


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, August 29, 2012



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