Egbe Chris

One Grey-Hair Poem by Egbe Chris

Am a proud youth with one grey hair.i was born on earth without grey hair, my grey hair is ashe and not hazard cause am grey hair is very hectic in my thinking, that's my wisdom.i h've been anointed by humanity maker, without much wive's and childrens am the last king solomon on earth. One grey hair, with one gray hair i grin everyday.because i was loved by nature and life was my friend and at the end life wont be my friend again. I was the elder's among my age mate.and was the king of all due to my wise wisdom added, and i wasn't a prattle.with my grey hair my notion is titanic.the sky can't comprehend, am blessed by angels, because am the old young man.

Submitted: Tuesday, August 5, 2014
Edited: Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Topic of this poem: ART

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I was inspired to write this piece when i was combing my hairs, luckily i found once grey hair among black.and as a youth i was proud of it, just as others are proud when they hve goatee and life became my friend but i know if i die one day life wont be a friend again.

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