TO MAGNIFICENT Job “The Saro Wiwa”
In the quest to present my piety, this pen is eager in consolation of a star which has been ashing to provide light and if God’s people are we who can defy us?, Thrasymachus once said justice is only the advantage of the strong, so we could hope and pray of your trial though not so much is expected because of the system, but unto you brother man your fall is our fall and still the struggle continues like Spartans, we will fight till our heart can’t beat.
Allow me to say as life in the state of nature is solitary, short, nasty and brutish, it got into my ears that in your D section cell vultures are insatiable to feed and torment your flesh and I’m overwhelmed in your philosophy of Luther “like anybody, I would like to live a long life, longevity has its place but I’m not concerned about that now” in such depth of solitude heavens are in remorse and we might be scared to justify our actions but deeply we got you in our prayers. just like so many candles which had been consumed to give off light, everybody do confide in your position and loved your courage to be martyr Steven who once stoned to death in what he truly believed in.
Let me thank you for the letter which was well versed with brevity, it gave me food for thoughts and i cherished of your bible talks “ MENE MENE TEKEL PARSIN” you as second Daniel inspired the enslaved spirits through prophecy and if this day won’t allow you to see the sun smiles, In a deep concussion we will wail “Eli Eli Lamasabhakhatan” but like Jesus once said its finished when salvation had just began, I assure you, in captivity I will pour down my words again on developments of your noble deeds and truly will be “vincere Caritate, Zimbabwe para todos”.
Take then this little words of comfort and the scribbled prevailing spirit within the bleeding trees who are feeling for you, for so many have learnt of such desire which is history in making, I know you once told us of a promised land which only Joshua stepped a foot on but I adore how the next generations talked of Moses as a noble man, in honor they sang songs and write his name on the wall as a sole hero and liberator. whenever you feel low just look up to the sky and philosophy will tell of you as our Socrates who suffered from injustice.
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