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SECOND LETTER FROM ALBINOS

Dear murderers,
With tears eroding the pimples of our cheeks
We write again to you heartbroken

In a joyful union we used to live together
With your sweet stories we felt secure
But why now? Why mother Africa

Your minds now corrupted
Hungry for money but no care for life
Our lives have no value to you?
That you switch it off to feed you pockets?

Is it a curse to be deprived of melanin?
What do you harvest from our weak bones?
Does our blood flow inside diamonds?

Darkness has befallen our families
No longer a sweet homeland to us
But a jungle full of hungry lions
But why now? Why mother Africa 

How big is our crime that you can’t forgive?
How unforgivable, that you sentence us to death?
Where have you burred your merciful hearts?

Our necks are so heavy with the yoke
This burden is not a joke
With chains you have tied our happiness
Our freedom thrown to grave 

To you we look upon
With your love we were born
Our bodies have no gold, but hollow bones
Save us God from these money hungry ritualists 

Yours,
Innocent Albinos

Copyright © | Year Posted 2016




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