No comments yet

NATIONAL PEOPLE by Isoboye Danagogo

Deity or the gods?
Land or water?
Medicine that cures no illness
Is sugar too bitter on the tongue of kola-nut?

Waist belted sitters
Greed eat them pot belliously
The oracle that praises GOD
Our lives is in the hands of those gods

Where they sit and throw rode
Assemble greed from a raised hand
Imagine! a worker that pays himself?

Calabash that drains water
Is useless as a basket
Bury our treasury through their hidden casket

Deity or gods?
Land or sea?
Pinch of greed is shaking my nation

Unemployment carries C.V to and fro
Nepotism is the next heir to tribalism
Pour politics in thick watery tricks

Our tax their fax
They eat like the ear wallow the wax
Our nation is enrich with courteous looters

KING must hear this
Only if His lips sing?

NATIONAL PEOPLE by Isoboye Danagogo

NATIONAL PEOPLE by Isoboye Danagogo

Author: admin

I am a member of the WRR editorial team.

Post a comment

WordPress Themes
%d bloggers like this: