Ogu Henry Chijioke8888 (Nigeria)
Henry's Advice to his Children (To my Genaration)
I lived my life when love was of sin.
Followed my dreams, where i pleased,
Truths, leaking out through the lips i kissed.
Harmattan did freezed, my skin, even at noon,
The bats and owls did perch on the moon.
My home was of grown grass, brown zink, abandoned for years,
I gazed at the families future through a mist of tears,
O, Yes never disputed my pain, when I was in tears.
Never dispise the power of love and trust,
Learn every lesson, the letters of Love, do not trust,
For this is the pride of peace and of war,
That is speak in a thousand tongues with
Never stay out when the sun goes down,
For perhaps trouble would take your crown.
Or even give you Cold, and never will you be old,
This i wrote is a thousand words to behold,
And be told to genarations of Gold.
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