Edward Kofi Louis
Kesewaa - Poem by Edward Kofi Louis
Some people worship sheep and cattle,
But some people do eat them too;
And this world is like that.
From Rephidim to the wilderness os Sinai,
And by the way of the wilderness of the Red Sea;
But the truth of the story is well known.
Kesewaa, this day is a day of glad news;
So make a veil woven of blue on my love and,
Come to me with your beautiful love so sweet.
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