Chuks Kevin Nwaokolo


God Sent


Confused and lost in thoughts
Lost somewhere in the dark
Couldn't find myself
But some how, i knew i was somewhere
Where only i exist
Enveloped by loneliness
Afraid the end has come
I could hear voices in my head
Saying, give up man, its over

And, behold, there comes the light
Out of the blue
I could see her advancing towards me
Hi!
She said to me
Her smile, a gift that reminds me
That tomorrow still remains
And miracle does exist
I talked to her and I feel she understands me
She listened to me and tells her stories too

It mystified me
How suddenly i could see myself
Where i was and where i'm going
She accept me for who i am
She is a friend that God has let me
To have, to share, to keep and to love
Being with her makes me believe in my long lost self
She make me feel a sweet togetherness
That heals the wound created by the loneliness
And let me see a new day that comes everyday.

Like her last name, Shepherd
She guide and help me in my problems
And support me when i'm in tears
She, a God sent
I wish all my friends are like her.

To A Friend And Special Some One.

Submitted: Tuesday, October 04, 2011
Edited: Wednesday, October 05, 2011
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