Caleb Tukahiirwa

(03-04-1990 / kisiizi)

She lost it


There she sits weeping, alone
The sun is sunk behind the hills.
As a star she saw not worthy
Is no more and non shines now
It’s now empty, nothing to see
Nothing to brighten up her sky
Her dreams changed to nightmares
Eye blinks now are scary long sleeps
Eclipses are long curses of shadows
Voices have gone with the wild winds
Faces too, within the misty space
The light of day covered in a dark spell

-she sits
Tears run down her innocent face
‘Wrong was I, ’ she cries in pain,
She premeditated falsely of life
Had her time, but failed to live
And now it’s coming to an end
As where she stands she knows not
In disarray, the her world now is
The clock’s ticking’s fainting away
Her last candle at its end glimpse
A saviour is what she needs now
One to shine a star for her again

Submitted: Sunday, June 20, 2010
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