Jerryman Appiahene Gyamfi


The Lost Vagrant


I dive into books

On the street into looks

A Safe Haven on my sheets

And I seek myself



Refrain'd from the bottles

Offer'd no more silly babbles

A prisoner of my thoughts

But I seek myself



Of my canoe no control

Desperately Mother Sea I cajole

Whilst Father Time e'er ruthless

Yet, I seek myself



Albeit a sullen tramp my soul pours

Thus far from these conniving shores

Into the light of such eternal stars I delve

And I seek myself.

Submitted: Thursday, April 25, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, September 25, 2013

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