Ifeyinwa Ezenyimulu

Rookie - 127 Points (06/02 / Nigeria)

After ‘the Ghost And The Darkness’ - Poem by Ifeyinwa Ezenyimulu

After the ‘ghost and the darkness’
My mind still reflects
My drum beats faster
My body guitar plays badly
I recall every scene

Alert as never
Moves at any sound to see
Oh no! That was a bicycle
Along the balcony

Imagination threatens to damage
But at same time thought to be Samson
To kill a lion if it comes now, yes!
No way out when it comes

But not with that comedy
That was just a mere cockroach
The broom could not even harm

No! This is not how to begin
Everything must go normal
Be at ease and at peace
Then, the wild bird's feast

Comments about After ‘the Ghost And The Darkness’ by Ifeyinwa Ezenyimulu

  • (4/23/2010 4:05:00 PM)

    Be at ease and at peace
    Then, the wild bird's feast
    'please' you plead
    but there is no escaping this deaths Grip
    i love this though it was confusing midway to me
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  • Micheal Udenyi (7/27/2007 2:53:00 PM)

    great. keep it up Ify (Report) Reply

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Poem Edited: Wednesday, March 23, 2011

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