Poetic Side with Bolaji: Still, Law Rules

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Bolaji Ramos, Lawyer and Poet

The President spent 103 days abroad

Still, law rules.

Whoever feels there’s a breach is sounding absurd

Still, law rules.

 

The Constitution is still the way to go and to look

Still, law rules.

Whoever thinks there’s a breach must be a crook

Still, law rules.

 

There was a Regent at present to bear the weight

Still, law rules.

Whoever opines there’s a breach must pay a freight

Still, law rules.

 

The Constitution is the God that defines it all

Still, law rules.

Whoever feels there’s a breach should come and ball

Still, law rules.

 

When there’s hatred in the language of a child

Still, law rules

The father should be the one to call a clyde

Still, law rules.

 

Mongers perhaps will now be forced to sit

Still, law rules

Whoever feels aggrieved should take a Writ

Still, law rules.

 

Themis speaks of law and not of morals

Still, law rules

So, blame lapses of law only on the crooners

Still, law rules.

 

The President spent 103 days abroad

Still, law rules.

A letter transmitted and a Regent around

Still, law rules.

Bolaji Ramos, Esq.

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