The New Malaria

Madeyin Samuel 1991 (Ogun States)


Foreigner are those days they come roosting
They gone like slowkills and slayed like chickens. They brought in  new Malaria we all now sometimes having.
when slight headache pangs in you see the emoticons
We don't lock lips like old feathers butterflies on roses  buttons.
The appearance is strange not in our fathers lineages. We don't figure out the buses brought him into the betrip.
Hard to creep with fear it all grip.
Remainings days in numbers when she tagged on neighbours a 'dead end'.

About this poem

HIV AIDS is a foreign alarming sickness according to the poet. Not first discover in African. People having many promiscuous lifestyle before the fear comes on them. The illusion was so critical. Incurable like a days gone by that cannot be reversals

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Submitted by worldjuugernaut on July 24, 2021

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Characters 490
Words 85
Stanzas 1
Stanza Lengths 7

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