Micha Memory Asime

Rookie - 12 Points (07/01/1994 / Accra)

King of Sorrow


I'm a man A man of pain. A heart torn in shreds. I'm a man A man with bloodshot eyes, Eyes that flow like the stream. I'm a man A man betrayed, Left in the dark. I'm a man A man burning in the depths of hell, Sin-filled to the neck. I'm a man A love lost man, Stoodup in the rain. They're all gone; And no one needs me. I'm a man A man of regret If only I could turn back the hands of time. I'm a man A man of immense hurt A King of Sorrow.

Submitted: Friday, May 16, 2014

Topic of this poem: Sad


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