Eyo Justice Ellis
Be With Me - Poem by Eyo Justice Ellis
We started together,
We wrote together.
When we drank from a tap,
And when I was rich,
We had a gap-
I didn't breach.
Now, I'm richer,
I can't afford data.
I wish you mailed me messages,
Long and interesting, not flipping passages.
I wish you understood;
Hardship hasn't changed my mood.
To tag me in that I see;
Friendship's fertile, still on this Iroko tree.
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