Treasure Island

Agboyi Felix

(24-03-1993 / Ghana)


Then on full leg, but now be lame beggar like knees on kneeling as in prayer could ask; Apologies. As fair not, be thees thirst; quenched with flames. Soo deep I in guilt, soo heavy thees heart in anguish for treachery on my part. A stepping stone to prescient, i trampled. A daffodil made sully out of purity. Be thee the concerner, out of trust, for solace given without gratitude in return; I fall a victim! But in the fresh rivers of apologies, I drown in ablution, to pledge in contrite.

Submitted: Sunday, April 27, 2014

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