Pius Mburu

Rookie (Kenya (Africa))

Life Ain'T Fair - Poem by Pius Mburu

Life ain't fair, sometimes you laugh
Sometimes you're heart breaks
Sometimes you fall on a trap
Sometimes an angel helps you
Get back on your own two feet
Life gets sweeter and goes deeper
And it leaves you with nothing but grief
Sometimes you just wonder why you're still here

A single father drags himself out of bed
Sometime after noon, play video games for hours
Hangs out drinking with friends or stays up late
Go for a long walk thinking what he'll do next
A teenage-boy sitting at a corner of a church
Smoking his last pack of cigarette
Doing some weed just to pass the time

A poor teenage girl about to let in a new born
Hasn't finished high school, life happen to fast
She's worried and desperate to know the father
She has nowhere to go, she's in the mid of a dark road
Wishes she could have change her passed
Now she's sure life ain't fair

Life ain't fair, sometimes you laugh
Sometimes your heart get broken
Sometimes you fall on a trap
Sometimes an angel helps you
Get back on your own two feet
Life gets sweeter and goes deeper
And it leaves you with nothing but grief
Sometimes you just wonder why you're still here

A man next door, just lost someone
Who meant everything in his life
She changed his world and made it complete
Goes down stairs holding a 22- shotgun
Police showed up and took him to sleep
No life ain’t fair, no it ain’t


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, October 31, 2007

Poem Edited: Thursday, April 21, 2011


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