Christian Tobechukwu Okafor

Rookie - 40 Points (September 4,1987 / Nnewi, Anambra State, Nigeria.)

Letter To My Tree


Off for work I was heading
But not without words for heat-keeping
To my tree to grease its heart
When with it I part.

The wind came and came
But no shaking by my tree
Until one visit, one day
When a fiercer one came.

Oh, why my tree lost control at last?
With the tears I write.

What do I again
The victory of my tree to regain?
Everyday I talk, everyday I mourn
For my love on my tree to be worn.

For my tree I pray to you, O creator
Her inner heart softly touch
To heed my grey hair
So victory hers and mine become.

Oh, why my tree lost control at last?
With the tears I write.

Submitted: Monday, October 22, 2012
Edited: Tuesday, October 23, 2012

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Completed in 2002, was inspired by events in my S.S.1 (Secondary School)

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