Friday, July 18, 2014

Lovina: Bended But Never Broken





There was a woman who lived in the quarters.
She had a child called Lovina from the barracks.
The father was conscripted and ferried to the oil war.
So the barracks made her mother a common whore .
The generals and captains dipping in her arse.
The young bachelors flocking in their mass.
Everybody says Mami Lovina is not thinking.
Only Mami Lovina knew she was calculating.
Edulcorated by nectars, she attended every stag.
One day papa Lovina came back in a bag.
People had different reasons to cry.
Some shed tears of joy for their leftover pie.
Pimps were eying Lovina's theobroma cacao.
She herself has now developed her own motto.
Lovina has not learned it in school.
She saw her mom pinned on the stool.
Let it be her turn to build her stocks up.
She is humping and grinding her way up.

Lovina cherche l’amour à Georgia!
Lovina demande l'amour à Arizona!
Lovina supplie l'amour à Montana!
Lovina a besoin d'amour à Philadephia!


Everybody loves Lovina!
Everybody wants Lovina!
Everybody touches Lovina!
Everybody snifs Lovina!
Oh oh oooooooo Lovina!
Ei ei iiiiiiiiii Lovina!
Ye ye eeeeeee Lovina!
We kehhhhhhhh Lovina!

This girl is the mother of those beautiful daughters.
Gyrating her ikebe and makandi like sea waves.
That was the virgin the society has made a monster.
Giving her soul away to the many men who hover.
Do you see her now making her own decisions.
Men lust for her, but she is their lovely accismus.
During bedmatics she will crawl and moan.
Meticulously calculating every dime to own.
War has brought untold sorrow .
Women and children are like grass they mow.
Villages have been burnt and erased.
Vitativeness is now totally deceased.
After world war I the League of Nations was formed.
After world war II the United Nations was formed.
Young beautiful have been ligated to prostitution.
Yet the canons have continued ratadtadtad in motion.
Syria is burning and Central Africa is glowing.
Hunger and famine's havoc are overflowing.

Lovina cherche l’amour à North Dakota!
Lovina demande l'amour à California!
Lovina supplie l'amour à Nevada!
Lovina a besoin d'amour à
Indiana!


Everybody loves Lovina!
Everybody wants Lovina!
Everybody touches Lovina!
Everybody snifs Lovina!
Oh oh oooooooo Lovina!
Ei ei iiiiiiiiii Lovina!
Ye ye eeeeeee Lovina!
We kehhhhhhhh Lovina!

Lovina decided to go back to school.
She became a lawyer which was cool.
Men who had exploited her now tremble.
Determination will take you up the pinacle.
Lovina in swaps will not die in the swamps.
Lovinas rise and put your hands up for success.
They thought they had given her schadenfreude.
They are finding out she is giving back lebensfreude.
Lovina is now shaking her body with hakuna matata.
Lovina married serious papy so no more wakawaka.
Lovina shouts and dances no more like a mistress.
Little Lovina's father treats Lovina as a special princess.
Let love put your back down and not desperation.
Even if the poor are growing poorer and the rich richer.

Lovina cherche l'amour, wakawaka!
Lovina demande l'amour, wakawaka!
Lovina supplie l'amour, wakawaka!
Lovina a besoin d'amour,wakawaka!


Everybody loves Lovina!
Everybody wants Lovina!
Everybody touches Lovina!
Everybody snifs Lovina!
Oh oh oooooooo Lovina!
Ei ei iiiiiiiiii Lovina!
Ye ye eeeeeee Lovina!
We kehhhhhhhh Lovina!

Hamilton Ayuk 2014.

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