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Death Poems About Cattle

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Poem Details | by Tony Bush |
Categories: death, history, people, places, social,

Cattle

oh, this grinding surge
roaring into battle,
how the air is filled
with the sabre rattle;
how the sky is blacked
by fires in their burning,
how the townships sacked
by counter-strikes returning;
how the guns and shells
through the air are streaming,
how the tolling bells
bleed into the screaming;
oh, the fight for land, 
conflicts over chattel,
how the days are spent
in slaughtering the cattle.


Poem Details | by john chizoba vincent |
Categories: absence, abuse, africa, bereavement,

Cattle colony

we've counted all the cattles
those going to South and West 
those to the East and Middlebelt
our ancestral souls still beat
patriotically among the wind. 
they have built a nervous town
full of smiling land scape of 
grasses and water and blood
I think our herdsmen will wear
a political shoes and clothes now
and stop killing heads for 2019!






Yours Poetically,
©John Chizoba Vincent