john chizoba vincent

Freshman - 732 Points (18 may 1990 / Aba, Abia stae)

I Do Not Come To You By Chance

I do not come to you by chance
Destiny brought us together to live.
Fate put us together into this matrimonial
Institution where no one is a graduate of it.
So humiliate and discriminate me not.
Break not the oat on that beautiful Altar
Where we once told each other i love you
KIssed and caress our body in the faces of the doubting
Congregations whose smiles betrayed their faces.
Betrayed any signs of familiarities in
The strange darkness that instills fears.
We beamed smiles in the comfort of our heart
You shifted your eyes from what you have and
What you don't have and you set your mind
On what you can give, especially what makes others happy.
Once i wrote, i cried in tears of your torture
Betrayal and humiliation upon my life.
The burden of your wickedness tore my sorrow from my flash
Although there is no eyes without tears but
Mine breaks the walls of towers into pieces.
We tolled together yet rejection welcomes me always.
Each morning i wakes and stand on the bed to mourn
I feel alone like a wanderer in dark street.
the power of tears has deserted me and i try to cry no more.
Why reject and avoid me like a lapel?
am i not woman enough, what is the different between me and other women?
I do not come to you by chance
Do accept me as i am.
Destiny has brought us together from different world.
We can still break the ice together and smile
Like when the day was still young and the coming rain smells good

Submitted: Wednesday, April 02, 2014
Edited: Thursday, April 03, 2014

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