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I see wandering crowns
Of morality’s foe
Lost in the seas
Dining with the deceased

Wide and wild waist
Heaped chests
G-organs on-rest
Battling breasts
On strange men’s chests
Royalty’s bead lost
Dignity lost taste.

I concede you’re beautiful
But you’ve got a big job – be careful!
To live by your will you’re free
But watch your steps is my plea
That, come tomorrow, today’s pretty dame
Will not be wheeled on a chair of shame

Sufferry suffery dey do am
AIDS dey for town oo

Written by: Adigun Clinton Olushola

Author: admin

I am a member of the WRR editorial team.

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