donald kuutsi

(HARARE, Zimbabwe / 9 july 1991)

You Have Gone[Collaboration With Gaylord Munemo]


Another day, another month,
Another smile, another tear,
but they will never be another you again,
Gazing at the red candles glowing at the dinner table, the light is fading just like moments passing,
l have tried to masticate the food and swallow it but l can't,
l cant believe it you are gone,
out of my sight forever,
l wish l could stop time like a photograph, l would have reversed the realm of time into my hands&hold you tight in my arms so that you wont leave me
[Gaylord Munemo]
An Empty house, an empty home
An empty home and an life
An empty song, an empty rhyme,
gazing at the passing window through my window, l discover my self in solitude like a lonely widow,
on my bed l only see one pillow,
l wonder why you Gone far away,
in my mind there is a storm of resurrecting moments, bringing realisation, it could have been better together,
my arms holding the memories of the things we did,
my mind the essence of things we hoped for,
the hope we never lived,
the memories we never kept for long..

Submitted: Tuesday, January 15, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, January 16, 2013

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