I Thomas Sankara will reconcile
African brotherhood, and
restore the monuments made of wood

too long we’ve waited for a Saviour
to combat corruption and terrorism
from dawn till dusk peeping

like an infant we cry without a mother
wandering for sweet, but sweat we lick

for some years our land is rule
by Mistress and Madam, who
devour our sugar,

Our barns invaded by Vultures
who patted our Potentates
and deny them their ancestral throne

If this is my last pledge
I’ll stop the vultures waiting for black carcass.

AbdulAhmeed Adesigbin


By poetryinjection

I'm a Poet, Writer and a Social critic

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