Grand Mother Ruth Mandekor said,
“when you eat, close your mouth and chew!”
Mother Rebecca Mandekor said,
“come here Handsome, you are my Morning Dew.”
As I recall morning spent under that Sahara’s hot sun,
Chadians were walking around not knowing what to do.
It’s been too hot for too long and all we wanted to do,
At least not now, was to be one with our crew.
Struggling together as we rejoice altogether,
the future was our hope as if the past was always new.
But until when shall we endure these harsh times?
Not familiar with the Blues, our traditions turned into your Blues!
That is why we eat and when needed calmly chew. It isn’t anything new.
Closed mouths won’t get fed unless using sign languages and clues.
You love I and I love you. I love you!
Therefore the Just shall live by Faith only; ask your aunt Su!
© Christian D. Koumtog.