WTW (07 January 1998 / St. Mary's clinic, Chitungwiza Harare Zimbabwe)


What shalt you become of after adolescence
When time hast cringed past, days hast pass
Oh! , will it be that sentimental righteousness
To claim immunity as most does in wiles and
Viles, Living to regret all that matter weirdest
To have brought pleasant memories of disgust
And imprisons the minds, Bred distressing vow
Only lamentations to endure, after adolescence
Misconduct to hast cast misfortunate caressing

What shalt you become of after the clock hast
Done its art, Will it be success to acknowledge
Bloody sweat to have oozed in yokes of success
Toils of juvenile strength and bravery of ladies
To hast mold solid foundation for the journey
A journey worth cries of passion and triumphal
Joy. Hustle bustling at all the pleasures brought
Witty be the progeny whom hast worked his back
Out and did bent it to the weight of humbleness

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