momodou jarju

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Do look up to yourself
And forgive yourself
Life is difficult to please
So shape yours right for your ease
It's easy to see and admire
But hard to fulfill to care
Your luve I motive to adhere
With hope of not to despair
You path papers not my heart share.

My despondent doubts:
Is my luve for you is now your strife
This is flowing in my blood veins in grief
In this difficult situation I am not to live
I cogitate not to cope still
I need to move on than stay ill
In as much as am in daze

My way now:
Is to hit another road
Yours is dead and I hoard
Ours is not as much
I admit you bit the dust
And I oath not to raise a dust
Experience has taught me:
I should have moved like a snail
To woo the right woman for me.
(Mo Tha Writer)

Submitted: Saturday, July 05, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Topic of this poem: love and pain

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Poet's Notes about The Poem

Love is very powerful, emotional yet painful and distressful if one party play down any covenant that existed ere they suddenly fall apart. This is a poem written on a story of a boy had had with his lover and they broke-up later on. His heart bleeds fully of regret. He wished he would have not met that damsel she endears at first.

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