July 16, 2018

 

Fearing a Darkness Without Leopards

 
 
 

She would never ever feel foreign
For she hoped to rise and reign
Taking on one maniac after another
She fought nobly as a true mother

Her parents had settled in the land
And crowned it their beloved sand
They had faced naked discrimination
Which only served to be her inspiration

Her husband was a son of an immigrant
He always felt people were malignant
He had an abnormal and irrational fear
That saw him carry a hidden light spear

Article © Ndaba Sibanda. All rights reserved.
Published on 2014-05-12
Image(s) are public domain.


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