A Junction Of Fate - Poem by Kelvin Enumah
My ending begins here,
I never believed I could be this free,
Fled the immediate sorrows of a young graduate,
Still can't find a better explanation,
of what my passed fate could have been.
Talking from an in depth,
Now with a clearer sight of hope,
I'm just wanting to believe, that I'm the luckiest human
What is actually the price behind all this,
I tell you, never forget the beholder of your joy.
My real appreciation, lies on many hands,
This is why I've being stripped of sadness,
Believe it or not, it has all been replaced with a bunch of joy,
Their thoughtfulness, has led me to a place of no return,
A better place of no return to be precise.
Speechless, is still a word that won't express it all,
when I look back at my past, I feel fulfilled,
That my past of past, has been left crawling in the past,
And now I'm proud to say something that I know everybody has not said,
you are a part of my good fate and unlimited joy,
That's why I'm proud to say this all, and finally say a big thank you....
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