Mark Nyamekye Boadi


Wet Lands In June - Poem by Mark Nyamekye Boadi

It is June and the skies are charging
With thunder and clouds full of water
We see the restoration of a normal beginning
Indeed God has made us a wonder
The earth is wet, the flowers are in full bloom
Giving way to new fruits
Yam and corn are enough to consume
And water washing down to their roots
The inhabitants now make merry
Their cries have ceased
For there are so many crops to carry
Harvests have again increased
The thirst of the land has been quenched by the rain
Giving us a shift from death to birth
Our cries to the Lord were not in vain
And he has provided us with much mirth
Come lets rejoice, for the hand of iniquity has been removed
Our integrity has been reinstated
Because living conditions on our farms has improved
The answer to prayers long awaited
Praise be to the Almighty for these great things
For we now celebrate again in June
There are abundant of water springs
And each and every one has a silver spoon.


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Poem Submitted: Wednesday, November 30, 2011



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