john chizoba vincent
Someday - Poem by john chizoba vincent
Someday it shall be,
We shall all be free from violent and terrorism.
Peace shall be restored among the commoners
And the pains of our abdomen shall cease in us;
That is we all dream of after the rain and the sun.
Someday men shall be in unity,
Many shall dance in the field of love and peace.
We shall be love by nature and mother earth shall not dine more of our body in the darkness of the grave.
Government and ministers shall be free from corruption between their teeth and tongue tip.
Someday all men shall be equal and valuable,
We will grow up together in an open stream.
White clouds shall cover our sorrow and agony.
The lions shall have a hand shake with the lizard,
The elephant; a brave friend to the soldier ant.
Then the power to change shall change in our hand.
Our neighbours shall remove dirts from our eyes,
Then brush our teeth and bath us in the closet.
Our legs shall master the ground and sweep the
Floor that curse our feet to evil and unleash
The sky of its wickedness and; monster in the world.
Someday we shall learn to correct our children.
Someday we shall go to school that teach morals.
Someday we shall laugh together and pray together.
Someday faith shall follow us all because honey of
The ears soften the tickness of the eyes and mouth.
Mind your friend and don't judge them,
We are here for each other; to love and believe.
Before you judge, first remove that which is in your eyes and then; turn to your neighbour and remove his
Some day discrimination and tribalism shall be a tale of the old to talk about.
Some day, we shall all be in harmony with all.
Someday shall it be, peace shall reign like water here.
(C) john chizoba vincent
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