Treasure Island

Alex Adeoye

(Akure)

Listen to the sound


There is a sound solemn
Solitary, sonorous and lonely
I heard it all alone.
Its not a command or harsh bark
Its a suggested instruction
Popping up from subconscious
In the euphoria of the lonely moment
I had a reason to be in harmony with my soul
It came like a word
from a colleague In mutual discussion,
I hard it ones.I was please with it.
I began a journey immediately.
Thinking over it seriously.
When the road leads me here
I was surprise, but whose voice
That commanded my steps
Because here is my dream
It must be a voice divine.

Submitted: Wednesday, July 30, 2014

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