Kobik William Poems
|2.||World Without End||7/23/2010|
|4.||Faith And Love||11/25/2010|
|5.||The Bleeding Heart Of A Beast (The Other Side Part I)||7/22/2009|
|7.||Folly Of Men||4/24/2010|
|10.||Why Too Late?||7/24/2009|
|11.||In Memory Of Lucky Dube (A Eulogy)||7/26/2009|
|12.||Have You Ever... (The Other Side Ii)||8/7/2009|
|14.||When I'M Gone||7/8/2010|
|17.||Vicissitudes Of Silence||7/23/2009|
|21.||In This Life||9/4/2009|
|23.||What Men Don'T See||7/28/2009|
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Nature had pulled the blind
And put on the crescent candle in the sky so we won't go blind.
The wind was dry and frosty
It was subsahara winter not roasty.
The cold made my teeth shatter
And my shoulders shadder.
But my soul was warm.
Under a big neem tree I stood tall,
I stood tall waiting long.
Then I heard the variagated and dry
Crispy leaves suffering a weight cry.
I took one twirl,
And there she stood - my godess.
A few steps and I could see a beautiful dahlia,
A few more and I could touch my darling.
I closed my eyes and tensioned for...
The walls of my heart seemed impregnable
And a particle could not fall off.
Till she came along
And broke those walls apart
With a glance dressed unconscious
And now in her presence,
My tongue is poor,
Her footsteps define my heart - beat,