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featured poem: A Ditty Dance for Dalai Lama by Mbuyiseni Oswald Mtshali

Mbuyiseni Oswald Mtshali | November 9th, 2011 | Uncategorized | No Comments

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[tab id=1]Dalai Lama! Dalai Lama!
I love you    X2
O I love you

O I want to be your friend.
O I love your stand

Dalai Lama! Dalai Lama!
I love you    X2
O I love you

Why are you always smiling?
when others are always scowling?

Why are you always so cool?
When others act like a fool?

Tell me, tell me, O tell me
When are you going to be free?    X2

Dalai Lama! Dalai Lama!
I love you    X2
O I love you

Put on your sharp pointed shoes
They’ll stop singing the blues

Then they’ll let you in
And forgive your mortal sin

Tell them you’re not the ghost of Osama
But a dear friend of the mighty Obama
That’s why you’re the Holy Dalai Lama

O! That’s why I love you so
O Dalai Lama! Dalai Lama    X2
O! I love you     X2

I want to be your friend
I love your stand!

Tell me! Tell me O! Tell me!
When are you going to be free?
That’s what I want you to be!
AND THE WHOLE WORLD TO SEE FREEDOM![/tab]
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