Felix Emeka George
Stop Painting Facts - Poem by Felix Emeka George
From where I sit down,
I want you to see,
The rising sun.
From where I sat down
You saw the rising sun.
From where I will sit
You will see the rising sun
Goes down the west
As roads barricaded
in a returning match
I am the heritage of mankind
The beginning of the worldhood
Which is cherished in every field.
You know I have given.
You can see,
The night is
coming to morning
I am the act of harmony
The desire to civilize
and a means of survival
with no surfer-val
Though yesterday has gone with the winds
Just as today will be dead tomorrow
I am an intellectual sub-humane
Indeed not a rational being
Why are you satisfied in justification?
It's because you dream of social and commercial living
And the messianic
The night that is long shall bring forth light.
In four enlightened centuries of agreements
Only the selfish and
And toil for pump and power
Copyright © Felix Emeka George | 15 June 2017
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