Ndina Kamaro Muofhe
Ndina Kamaro Muofhe Poems
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It Feels Like Home
When the moon is on the roll,
And stars hanging by,
My soul takes rest.
When tides sleep beneath the palms of the sea,
Enchantment is born and frowning days are humbled.
The wounds within, heal
It's a reformation I feel
And all the pain, is killed
The coldness took a one way stroll
Now, it feels like home
Where love is warm.
Shadows reigned valleys where my soul resides
Like angry storms and ocean's scary tides
Drowning all my hope in the loneliness
Before you came to fill my empty heart.
You are here now
And within your presence ...
The Bullied Mother
Portions of broken spirits wander in search of life
Within the soul of the whored heart beat puzzles
The golden rifts stirred up by boasty moods
To sink the Sun into the midday's belly
The night cry victim when the hello bounce back from the ozone
Shooting stars lay naked on the wagon of gravity
Kings claim rusty thrones to elevate egos of imbecile withins
The stretch for leverage attached to strings of the homely