By Peter Ajak
And all attention shifted
You barked at lookalikes
And your puppies squalled
Are you aware that your rusty tone is oxygen fuelling the flame?
You blew me away with your powerful barks,
Right back I crawled
You bit me in the back when I needed your protection
Like millipede I coiled up without a sound
I will not be consumed by your vitriolic attacks,
My bones will not break.
Loud and clear I will speak
Loud and clear you will know I am not your sin-bin!
Your emptiness is my strength
When your lies spread
Burning every sensibility in me
Just like millipede I coiled-in my vital organs
Wound will heal
Gather yourself and come clean,
Your alienations melt you in the absent of my heat.
Watch me deliver these fleshy bones to my loyal dog,
Your tongue moves from one side to the other
Swallowing saliva every now and then,
You wouldn’t get a taste doggy.
You accused me of thuggery, carelessness, ugliness and the likes!
Unfairness wean you doggy
I am healing
It about time I forgive, not forget
Bark as you desire.
Gas rearward, nature say so.
Polluted mouth whiff sinfully
You know I love you
I am hopeful you will be my dog again
That day is approaching
When I will unequivocally say,
That is my dog.