To a dear friend

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Romance  |  House: Booksie Classic


life is full of questions and the questions sometimes relates to our inter-personal relationships. This is a typical example of what this poem is portraying

Submitted: February 21, 2018

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Submitted: February 21, 2018

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To a dear friend

Iki Mudiaga-Maxwell Aghogho

One day, I wrote a song to my dear friend; In a gloomy day, With the sun rising fast with beauty, And the lilies clearing their wet head From last night’s nap. It was a song I intend singing in my sleep A song I intend whispering in isolation A song I intend reading like a latter A song I intend harmonising to my dear friend.

In verses, I will sing to my dear friend That she is an overwhelming strength That builds my weakness. In verses, I will whisper to her hearing That she nozzles my garden And ignites my inferno, When I tail the fading foot prints of Nephilim. In verses, I will recount her love for nature’s beauty When the day is still on fours, And her yielding passion for the silvery ember When the day is in all three, When the waters ripples in inky shadows And silvery portraits, And when the conflagration inside, fly in random inferno. The lyrics of the song was irrefutable, When I sang it to my hearing: For it retells my conscience’s ordeal, That makes me felt unworthy of her companionship. The lyrics of the song was irrefutable, As I whispers it in shame, It tells of my degenerate attitude towards my dear friend That quake’s me bitterly to tears. Yet, I felt deep in me Her blissful hands will sooth me To calmness and smiles, When she hears me Sing the lyrics of my song to her hearing.


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