Albert Boima Poems

  • 1.
    How worthless is he who paves violence:
    Is not he who bewilders the land of peace?
    With his thoughts, moulding it to corrupt the people;
    In the interest of satisfying himself.
  • 2.
    Corrupt farm, disdainful politics
    Corrupt farm, unedifying ethics

    The Lion gorges the subservient animals but not grass page
  • 3.
    My eyes glittered into the eyes
    Of thee who cast a spell on my heart
    They glanced each other with pleasure
    Upon hearing thy contralto voice,
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