Gaylord Munemo

Rookie - 85 Points (20 May 1991 / Masvingo)

A Wayward Feeling


One step at a time,
One time to step,
One moment waited forever,
One forever but no moment,
The tables turning up side down,
The feeling so uncontrollable,
Yet very wrong the anticipation,
It was a wayward feeling

It knocked the doors and i opened,
Too bad we had cup of tea,
It convienced me to believe,
It made me love again,
When im in love again
It meant no harm but it developed,
The wayward feeling

The bridge was so long,
Fear pounded in every vein of mine,
One step at a time it whispered,
All the wrong things,
For all the right reasons,
All I had was a chance,
It was a wayward feeling

The trees withered all faithful leaves,
I never trusted myself again,
Wind took away all the fidelity,
It was right, yet so wrong
A wayward feeling

Submitted: Friday, August 17, 2012

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