WEAK END, Poetry by HABIB AKEWUSOLA

WILDsound Writing and Film Festival Review

Genre: Rhyme, Society

WEAK  END
by HABIB AKEWUSOLA

Kill fear, bury her in
Thy tinny chest,
Lyrics of bravery,
Dancing to work daily.


Campaign leaks pay,
Popping bubbles cause 
A perfect friday.


Age is my pride
On the days that I climb


Pain is a sign
Soul isn't for man.
So,
Man the good,
Tame the evil. 


You can't read love
Leadership is worse,
But, 
Wire connects a new world.


Rename fear into strength
Remain friends with respect,
Keep humility close to thy chest,
Decency must label your dress.


Prosperity will call me next.


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