Jane Nyokabi

Please - Poem by Jane Nyokabi

Out in the street feeling the breeze
A rough day as usual for them
They are ‘casualties' with no money
That's how people take them
Can't even get closer to the people
Who closely pass by them along the streets
Somebody please help them, anyone?

They reach out to the normal people
But seems their hand gets shorter
Each time they try to gain something
But why that treatment?
At least there is freedom of movement
And hopefully one feels their path
Their unclear and unfelt paths

It's a ‘routine' for dogs to follow them
It proves their undiscriminating loyalty
Treating them like fellow humans
Having glue in their mouths
Doesn't mean their state is glued
Outside..when you see them
Give them something out of good heart
Though they are not outstanding
They are liable for help notwithstanding their state
They are special.. not a must you agree
No No..You can never agree
Someone please help them..anyone?

God, created all of us
That..you have to agree
They are helpless..please help them
They are helpful..when?
To carry trash when its never needed it
At least they are nota burden after all
Someone please help them..anyone?

Topic(s) of this poem: value

Form: Acrostic

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, September 9, 2017

Poem Edited: Saturday, December 30, 2017

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