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Charta Poems

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Magna Charta Hakeem Sotayo Aro I do not know? I do not know? charta, world, people, people,

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Charta Poem Example

Magna Charta

Some where amidst the world 
Being a place indescribable
Stood a creature more like a man. Naked.
It held a large book. It speaks all languages.
In addition all animals sound.
It face what it is not seeing
It spoke. In translation

Make peace my lord I am Kachara Seth
I am for the unsolicited beings of the world
We no, I seek the following relief
I want you, my lord to sign this Magna Charta (thunder strikes)
My lords leave us alone!
Inequity my lord is what you are doing
Some people rich some poor I call it unfairity
You allow some people to be born in Middle East
While some people in Europe
Why my lord? Everybody should be equal.
You have created the devil to inflict evil on there men
On the people you created in you own image you say
This world you have framed is not reality because 
You create the priest you created the terrorist. 
You allow people to go to hell, while some people to heaven
You know destiny of all man alone why?
That is why I say we want our freedom away from you
You don’t allow people to know when the will die
Die some early in life while some late in life
My selfish you are. Let us worship 
Who ever we want. You are jealous you say
It shows you do evil. All these is the reason 
Why I have come.
We want to be free from your shackles
Now! Sign the Magna Charta I beseech you!

The power more than xmen’s Jean 
Came down on the creature.
It was struck to death by hot tycoon
Was flush by thunder
Was swallowed by the rain
Sun’s heat froze him
Coldness greater than the North Pole’s burn him to ashes

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