poems from the Sahara

Welcome to my PoemsFromTheSahara!

In the next weeks we will be showcasing a few poems written by young, talented poets. These poems are not to be re-published.

The poems will be touching on various topics from love, relationships, school, life, religion and many more topics.

 

Legend of the Night

Roaming the streets under the moonlight,

Is an Angel fallen,

fallen from the light,

Her beauty and grace ever so remain,

visible even in the night,

Pureness marred by clots of shame.

With no one to answer her plight,

She fishes for fish with a long hook,

Her soul now condemned for eternity,

Forgive her father, for she has sinned,

but work knows not morals,

And the moral do not bring forth food

 

by Ken Musembi.

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