Keith Anastase KAMOSSO

Rookie (25-11-1987 / RWANDA, GISENYI)

A Stranger In A Strange Place - Poem by Keith Anastase KAMOSSO

You must not turn your eyes away
You can't have your heart fainting
Or your eyes blinded from your vista
But finding the comfort even in the pain
When it's cold and raining on the outside
Still, there is a little spackling star flauntingly
And if it helps you to go forward from it all
Lean on those spoken words full of passion
Lean on the hope that maybe someday
Not away from the present day
Maybe you will be saved from it all


Poet's Notes about The Poem

Sometimes we all feel strange in places but still learn how to work it off

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Poem Submitted: Monday, April 16, 2012



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