In My Fatherland – LAWAL OLUWATOMI

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I stretch my hands
I steady my feet
I move with care
No better than the blind
Where the doorknob lies
I have no thought
The bill is here
 For power that is powerless
For supply that is worthless

Water has gone far from my tap
The bulbs have refused to light up my path
My gen sings a new song each day
Just as I wake on my dampen bed
And as to call for help leaves me in a puzzle
The bill has come again
But I still live in gross darkness
In my fatherland
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