Girls Birth god

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Status: In Progress  |  Genre: Romance  |  House: Booksie Classic
Adekoya Adetunji is a writer.

Submitted: May 26, 2017

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Submitted: May 26, 2017



Ill love in a capsided world The sky look away from it’s friend Elders destroyed innocent roses He spoilt a mini-mother, And smoke loud trees A mountain mate an ant, After scene it was ant's ashes Pregnant clouds, Raining buko tears Heart of man is wicked and full of rotten fruits A letter to tomorrow’s mothers Run if grown men says keep us a secret Flee if your relatives looked lustfully at your closet Girls need no men, you need Jesus Don’t purchase white elephants and Jezebel dress Ant path red sea to reach sugar, Flies find feaces Some pay families and ship our girls to overseas Tortured by hell, Pushed to river of prostitutions God's gift is a girl, She grows and mothers men make her mean She will murder men Sixty-six million girls are out of school, Many are depressed like a featherless bird Maya Angelou, Oprah Winfrey, Joyce Meyer have left tears to career Wipe your tears, Be blind to limitations, You can be greater than your father All you need is Jesus shoulder to lean on, And jet to greatest heights Girls breath on humanity still made life's ship sank in seas Rape solution is to speak out, Save the next girl. Girl Birth god Dedicated to Ihuoma Girls

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