Who Said Can't -in Constanza

Written by: Abdulhafeez Oyewole

Who Said Can't- Constanza

Who said can’t breathe air of freedom?
That’s what you make your self-belief.
Your portion from life you won’t thief.

Breath to life bears many kingdoms:
For you and your treasures’ relief;
Except should your choosing are grief’s.

Life and death are ways to end-doom.
Should you want comfort midst brief,
And both to court and live you chief.

Wedlock is beyond bride and groom.
Expand life in pairs: man and beef…
Lo, your turn over a new leaf.

Warrants meek and mild on seldom.
Too humble soul, the disbelief;
But frankly, bequeaths no mischief.

Who said can’t breathe air of freedom?
Breath to life bears many kingdoms:
Life and death are ways to end-doom.
Wedlock is beyond bride and groom.
Warrants meek and mild on seldom.

A.O,5/01/2014

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