THE DAILY POEM: All Same White Man Do

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Some days main wife come along

Take Zulu man and black umbrella

Go down church hear holy fellow

Teaching book and make we better

Shaking hands and singing songs

And eat him one thin nailed up god

All same white man do.

Brian Mackey is a doctor living in West Cork, Ireland. His poetry has appeared in literary magazines here, and abroad. He is currently working on his first collection.

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