Madison M Cammue

My Life In My Youth - Poem by Madison M Cammue

My life in my youth
Started from some where
to persuade and champion wealth
in this devinity of the universe

My Life in my youth
spent at Monrovia-as
my anticipation in cash growth
grow as high as to live every where-oh God

A place of joy and harmorny
not police! And street venders!
Defendinding the law in money.
I kneel to pray for feafthers

Against a socities
mice, insects-they are
before God's holy families
Watches by his eyes

Polices! Polices! polices!
I escape to Utopia
Tier of criminals and refugees!
A place, not Liberia.,

My life in my youth
have reach it crux
surviving the arrows of death
I fidget with my soul

Vote! Vote! Vote!
The songs of ambitious hyprocrites
infecting us youth with hopes!
from villages to cities

My life in my youth
characterize and dramatize by religions
-A message for wealth-
runs through me for devine regions

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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Poem Edited: Friday, March 4, 2011

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