Stanley Oguh

(06-06-1992 / Lagos, nigeria)

The Lost World


An eyes abated with tears
More than what the heart can bears
A soul dashed in the darkest shadow
Leaving no hope of α better tomorrow
Pains of α broken heart
Happiness αnd human have been set apart
A world full of terrors αnd fear
That's all what the soul can hear
Traces of α forgotten smile
α smile that didn't get to last for α while
α battlefield full of shaded blood
αnd the land polluted with innocent blood
Storms of trouble αnd tribulations
Pains of tarnished reputations
Tears of shattered dreams
History of awful beams
Love now dines with hate
Destiny now left in the hands of fate
Cries of heartbreaks αnd betrayer
Tears of afflicted pain by adulterers
Empty street full of closed doors
Food that's never sufficient for the poor
World full of famished creatures
That blesses one with pains αnd tortures
People that will make you go through hell
Even when you mean to do well
Tears of disappointment αnd frustration
Traces of lost affection
That's all what you will find in a world without GOD in it
Even when there are so many pleasures inside it
Your misery can never be forgotten
αnd your pain can never be hidden
Emptiness of α broken heart is what you will feel
αnd the aching of α bleeding kneel
The only option is to hold-out to GOD's helpful hand
For you to have α rest assured mind
Cos he alone can heal your broken heart
αnd give your soul a chance of α rebirth

Submitted: Thursday, April 11, 2013
Edited: Tuesday, October 08, 2013

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