A Poem by Victor Warui

The court room is stuffed.

Mother deer took to seek justice,
For her poor slain little one dearest.
Who met demise at a race practice,
In the paws of leopard the meanest.

Court room sighs abated breaths,
Contemplating in mums the fate
Of the wild cat, known for deaths
Of cubs and calfs since every date.

The defendant stood in defiance.
Licking fresh blood from his paws,
Last of the evidence that was once,
Eying arrogantly the young crows.

Hyena, the highest magistrate sat,
Yawning wildly from unstuffed tummy.
Ready to deliver the awaited verdict.
Against one spicing his meals yummy.

© 2018 Victor Warui

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Added on December 28, 2018
Last Updated on December 28, 2018
Tags: justice, Arrogance, Bribe, Unfair, Story


Victor Warui
Victor Warui

Nairobi, Kenya

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