Alan Kabanshi Poems
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We don't know much about another than a name shared
To you I am a reminder of the devils work, if not a clown
But you are a sad reminder of my hereditary piece that fits upside down
Now I stand at a crossroad, my back sagging to this oblique load
Exhausted by the stings of kindred discord
Should we be despicably yoked just in honor of our heirs and assign?
I once thought us alike, but now from this distance I only see the differences
Our kinship can only take us far by keeping up appearances
We were a fortune guarded by scarecrows, overtime the lie was ...
How can a feeling so sweet be deceitful, and be thought wrong?
Could she be too broken that with her I can’t belong?
Am I just blind a man, with too big a desire for sight, that I blinding myself from within my means?
But yet, dreams are filled with ghosts of her image
As slowly away she rolls closer to the edge
Just then am awaked by empty feelings awaiting her belonging
And fear grips my heart lest reality presents her before another man
Hooked in my thoughts, she is what I can’t s