Six Decades And Three (1957 - 2020) Poem by Jude Fuhnwi

Six Decades And Three (1957 - 2020)

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Six decades and three,
I wanted so badly to be free.
So, I turned to Osagyefo's tree,
Of phenomenal pedigree.
The taproot of a spree,
That set a people free.

Chale, it was real not awam!

Osagyefo hath shattered the hijack,
With a devastating Davidic crack.
That unscrewed the freedom valves,
And let loose a chain of calves.

Six decades and three,
Though in shadow I walk free.
The freedom on parade,
Is nothing but a charade.

Six decades and three,
I owe it to Osagyefo to be free.
From the new chains of imperialism,
Eloquently skulked in multilateralism.

Six decades and three,
I remain unbowed to be free.
Unbridled in pursuit to burst the bubble,
My angst is unthawed to end the rubble.

Tuesday, May 26, 2020
Topic(s) of this poem: freedom,imperialism
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