Rex mayor Ubini

(March 8th,1984. / Nigeria.)

Good Morning


As the sun begins to scrub the face of the sky
Off every scars of the passing darkness
And happy dews begin to kiss
The petals of every flower unfold
The lids slide over your eyes untold
The beautiful bloom of a new day
Knowing you slept not before you wake
Nor did not lost your way out of the blue space
Let there be sun in your face
Let your heart lips be preened
With gloss of gratitude before the Oldest Spirit
The icarus of your soul in the arms of Morpheus
Let the air that travels in and out your nostrils
Be cool and free from airborne toxic
And the sound that proceed from your mouth,
Be pure and free from swords of hostility,
And as you turn to face the day
Let every invisible human birds with white wings,
Protect you from those with black wings
May you return with bubbles in your heart
And butterfly on your tommy
Good Morning.

Submitted: Friday, January 17, 2014
Edited: Friday, January 17, 2014

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