Lawrence s. Makola

Rookie (10/03/1979 / Motetema)

When My Body Decays, Where Would I Be? - Poem by Lawrence s. Makola

Days are bright and brilliant
Hours seem to cease not
Hopes are piled ud in my brains
Like the dunes in the desert
But the question is: when my body...

The strength surpasses the mountains
The courage is more than the lion's
The wisdom outwits the snake's
The calf's joy is less mine
But the question is: when my body...

The world dish out the pleasure
My mind is dragged in like a trailor
My legs jumps in as a frog
Without much of brain digesting
That which lends in dilemma
Resulting in my spirit ejecting
But still the question is:
When my body....


Comments about When My Body Decays, Where Would I Be? by Lawrence s. Makola

  • Brian Jani (5/22/2014 11:31:00 AM)


    Mr motetema well done man (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Saturday, December 5, 2009



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