Rex mayor Ubini
Power - Poem by Rex mayor Ubini
Where does it lies?
Is it in cowries,
Or in the strength of men?
Some believe it lies
Under the feet of women
But le’me tell you what I know;
I may be wrong
But don’t judge me
Accept or leave it,
I know where it lies
Under the naked shade
Of partial or circled invisibility.
Not the terror of a Lion,
Not the poison of a snake.
Friends if truly there is one,
May be deadly than the devil.
But the less invisible parasite, or virus, Scares breath out of us.
The black Osama,
Abstained blood at the footprints of ebola.
They that rebel the world in the name of terrors,
Are braveless folks.
Menacing the world with the power of partial or complete invisibility,
Which is not always prima facie rocky.
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