Godwin Kavaarpuo

(Nandom, Ghana)

My Last Epistle

My day has come
It is already here, my love
My dove
The time for my journey
My journey back to eternity
Back to the land of mystery and myth
beyond the distant East
between the pillars of creation

I’m tired staying in my own body, my love
From spring time to winter
I’ll live in yours
My heartbeat will still be yours

I will wait for you, my love
behind that pillar of creation
where our love knows no times
there we will tell the tales of long ago
by the fires of ecstasies

the boat man is here
Hermes is here
Tell Horus to open the gates to infinity
Look inside you, my love
within your very depths
where earth and breath embrace
there you will find the language of long ago
the unknown tongue
our very own patios
the tiny voice inside of you
melodies of love whispering
after I’m gone

come my love
come, come quickly
I will wait till the passage of time for you
my Love, my Passion, come quickly

Submitted: Friday, November 11, 2011
Edited: Friday, November 11, 2011

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