Daudi Mwanambuu Poems

  • 1.
    That We're living no friends?,
    That friendship is necessary evils?,
    And thet we no longer happy having friends?.

  • 2.
    When the sun's always out,
    And the dread of the pregnant woman just raising,
    Her womb bigger indeed,
    Full of pains and messy of the inside baby,
  • 3.
    Dear nations,
    To you I've ascribed the nasty hurdle,
    That has agitated to the big seven,
    And rhe universe.
  • 4.
    The poor wakes up early in the morning,
    Searching his daily livelihoods,
    His justness, power, And ability,
    Are the visual to luckiness.
  • 5.
    It has darkened the universe,
    And ofcause minds of the people,
    Like legend it came,
    But now the serious case.
  • 6.
    With their reigns,
    Power and commands,
    Leaders have been feeding,
    Their stomachs since colonialism.
  • 7.
    To you my love,
    The queen of my life,
    You’re the ball of my eye,
  • 8.
    My pain, let feel your pains,
    Your tear won’t fed my eyes,
    The choice has suffocated my minds.

  • 9.
    When things go wrong,
    With an ample of the bothered minds,
    Lots of deceits comes calling,
    Within the heart of an innocent being.
Total 9 Poems by Daudi Mwanambuu

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