Ezediuno Louis Odinakaose
Ezediuno Louis Odinakaose Poems
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Thirteen Years Gone.
Thirteen years gone
But still in my heart,
New like tomorrow,
Sour like the hurt of a stolen kiss,
Dark, like shadows of loneliness.
I still feel... I know
Everyday the presence of your absence,
I endure the weight
Of the emptiness you left behind,
Thirteen years but still...
Even now still
I, in the silence of every breath
Pray, even if...
Just for a few minutes with you...
I never got the chance to say.
I never got the chance to say I love you.
I never got the chance to show how much I really ...
When Old People.
When old people talk to 'emselves
What do they say?
Is it old memories of the past day tale?
When old people laugh to 'emselves
What amuse 'em?
Do them make old jokes once told by friends long gone to 'em?
When old people gaze into space
What do they see?