What I See, poetry by John Pitman Gibson at Spillwords.com
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What I See

What I See

written by: John Pitman Gibson

@Gibsonjohn626

 

1   When the weather is stormy,
2   What I see is a group of people like army.
3   The cloud frowns his face
4   And change the customs and costumes of the day.

5   Great people of Western-Coastal Africa,
6   Never deterred by the wind of violent cry.
7   They obey the demand of the wind
8   Which says “stop everything you’re doing”.

9    Great people of free land,
10  They run like the swing of hands.
11   Not because they are scared and weak,
12  But because of their love for peace.

13  With helping hand from one another,
14  Entering homes with billions of loads is not a matter.
15  The wind is calm.
16  What I see is love and peace every time.

John Pitman Gibson

John Pitman Gibson

John P. Gibson, also known as Rabi Akalimat, an Arabic name coined by himself meaning "Lord of Words". He was born on October 2, 2000. He is an electrical engineering student at the College of Engineering and Technology from the William V.S. Tubman University. He's a Liberia National and he originates from River Gee County and currently resides in Maryland County, Harper where he's schooling. He's a graduate of: Our Lady of Fatima Highschool (highschool Diploma), Jonah Togba School of Leadership and Development (Certificate in Leadership) and the Caritas Marginalized Youth Program Technical School (One Year Certificate in Electrical Residential and Commercial Wiring). He is an idolizer of natural/applied Sciences and mathematics but he also appreciates the arts.
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