A Father At 19 - Poem by Chukwukere Timothy
Thrice and willing to give more
This matters are pressing
If ignored, it might cause a very grave complication.
Its killing me with tension.
What's her intentions?
To kill me with these lies
Blind my eyes
And dim all my visions.
Sometimes, I'm lost in her lust,
Bless God! He saves me,
His words spoken by Gabriel.
My pastor taking me from Egypt to Israel.
A command from God,
He spoke as words to my hearing,
These words, to me is as a stone to the chest.
So I pen them in my heart
Because any violation can get me killed.
I'll be father, but never at 19
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