Rex mayor Ubini
Silver - Poem by Rex mayor Ubini
When you look at me
And you conceived
Thoughts that squat under your tongue
I don’t know what your mind whispers to you
If I guess I may be wrong
But have you ever seen evil?
How ugly he looks
He may not always be in black
Most times her robe is white
I saw a tongue that cursed the night
Yet it is her confidant.
People wonder why I love Africa
And proud in her soil my seed was sown
Watered with thick cold sweat
Now fully grown.
There is no warrior without war
No victory without a battle.
The stars love the night
Without it their beauty is invisible
We are them
In the Sambisa of darkness
In us there is light
And the joy of the night
That without us
No moon may see for your blindness
Take my pen
Write smile on your face
If you ever feel end
To be in a world without form and void
Admit, there is God
And watch what becomes the world.
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