Stories of Kings

Meeting his loyal President and humble servant of the Pewpolls:

 Zuma and his one of his Kings

 He seems contented:

 A smiling King

 

Now, he is laughing:

 Now a laughing King

 No, I don’t know where he is from or what sort of King he is.  ML out your way had a dream; this one is having a bad dream.

They say he is my King.  No, I am a Sefriken; they didn’t have Kings when we got here in 1652; it is an English word and they didn’t speak English.

No, I don’t understand it.  Maybe you can tell me; read for yourself.

http://www.biznews.com/briefs/2015/12/31/dalindyebo-swaps-kingly-robes-for-prison-orange-democracy-beats-autocracy/

 Ike Jakson

In Americus GA saka Americoon

ikejakson@gmail.com

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4 Responses to “Stories of Kings”

  1. Nolanimrod Says:

    Royalty can be cool. I had a friend in New Orleans, Rockin’ Dopsie, who was The Crown Prince of Zydeco. He was a dear man, very funny, and Super-Cool.

    • Ike Jakson Says:

      Yeah Nimrod, but your New Orleans one was just a prince and they have to be cool. This one here is the real thing and he was not cool. Have you read the entire link Post?

  2. Nolanimrod Says:

    P.S. Dear Ike: since you have given me so many Sefrican language lessons here is one for you. The New Orleans term Zydeco, which refers to a black, bluesy subset of Cajun music, comes from the French for snap beans: les haricot.

    • Ike Jakson Says:

      OK, he was cool. I love Cajun music and food. Wow for the days on Bourbon Street. But this King we have [one of how many] won’t be liked there.

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