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Paul Mwenelupembe


A Run Unto Me


From home of my own sentiments
A day came to tell a tale
Over the sky and of the crowd free
It came like a mango fall from the tree
A T-road of that day railings

Some crawl radiated on the run unto me
All the way to my office routes
And came to accomplish the day
Just at the verge of turning
And my thoughts stopped

If angels were meant like this
Flipping a speed, stopped inside souls
It dropped a run, o’ the angel ran
Into my caged standstill hug
And smiled to the sun in my arms

Submitted: Friday, July 26, 2013
Edited: Friday, July 26, 2013
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The day when I was badly affected by emotions …..when I was going to my work place; a girl just flipped in a minibus and took a ran unto my arms...What a hug to say! All thoughts went away! ! ! She is my Angel.

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