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  157.     

WHO OWNS MY HEART

Who owns my heart?
Go owns my heart of course
Because he fills my heart with love everyday
So that my heart can run smooth
Just the same way us the car but except that the car runs on gasoline
And not my heart
But what happens when my heart runs out of lovre?
It becomes weak und it stalls every second because there is no fuel to Move it
And when the car runs outof gasoline the same thing happens it stalls also
 
Aldo Kraas

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  158.     

Sad Ending

Mom and dad left and took the car,
on their drive they drove by a bar,
cars were scattering and people were shouting,
drunks and cops filled the streets,
dad got distracted by watching the drunks,
then accidently drove into a few cars trunks,
they both seemed fine,
until a vehicle ran into them from behind,
they both died instantly.
 
Jared Long

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  159.     

A Free Car

Afrika's
Like a free car

Driven on tear gas, across road blocks
Torn apart by drivers with
Looting rights, not driving permits

Afrika
Really a free car
With tires, worn out but never tire

And its doors of opportunities
Are ajar, inviting investors or is it imposers!

The fore lights are dim yet bright
Clouded by morning mists, misrepresentations..

The rear lights are images of past regimes!
And absence of memory lanes

A free car is a registered motor mobile
Made in Afrika, by Afro-experts
With free scars

Aars, DK: May 4,2012
 
John JaraMogi Oloya

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  160.     

A Whrillwind

It was a dark and cold night
When me and Sara woke at night
In search of windmill
With a great whirlwind
Started car, Sara drove the car
Starling starts moving round our car
We speedup the race
And went in grace
Stop as wind stops
and We went on crops
Farmer's s son was finished
He was crying like a lion
We were staring at entire scene
We kept silent at that
It makes our memories grill
It was just near the windmill
 
Fatima Obaid

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