Tribute to Usain Bolt

Silence please!

Don’t you dare speak

Usain Bolt is about to release his speed

Doubters stand by the track side


Left in his dust as he begins to raise the Jamaican pride high

From chain in his mouth at the age of fifteen we anticipated the day he would take the lead

World records he has erased them

Gold medals he has claimed them

He is the aspiration of the entire island and even the Caribbean region

Clean as a whistle

No drugs to him thing


Shout you must!

The race is over

The world champion has taken it once again

Usain Bolt is the man in whom we can always depend

The track is left cold

The heat in his feet

Is there another man who can claim to produce the lightening speed?

Silence! Don’t embarrass yourself and speak

The little boy who once ran and gave up when he lost the lead


Look at him now

He leads and the rest continue to try and come close to his lightening speed

By:© Saccheen Laing

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"Usain Bolt by Augustas Didzgalvis (cropped)" by Augustas Didžgalvis - Own work. Licensed under CC BY-SA 4.0 via Commons -
“Usain Bolt by Augustas Didzgalvis (cropped)” by Augustas Didžgalvis via Commons 

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