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Harlotry

written by: Kiraita Stephen

 

The growing seedlings set themselves to this abominable pretense
They look fine from far, and far from fine once you’re closer
They’re children of transgression, offspring of falsehood,
Inflaming themselves with gods under every green tree,
Slaying the children in the valleys, under the clefts of the rocks

It’s done for sacrificial necessities, upkeep and outsmarting poverty
The wise call it dirty, saints call it a cursed occupation
Engaged calls it a daily bread
What an ill-mannered society!

It’s a daylight enemy but a true friend of darkness,
It’s not a dark night darling but a peppered sweetness business,
The educated are used to it,
Behind this noble institution; is education a key to success, or
A key to harlotry access
Children of the sun sweat to earn, but not sweet to earn

Kiraita Stephen

Kiraita Stephen

I'm Kiraita Stephen, a current student at University of Kisii taking English literature. I ventured into this art of writing with the love of literature, I like reading and watching literary pieces.
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