Complimenting - Poem by ifedayo oshin
Down the aisle, they sauntered
The lame groom and blind bride
The groom their sight, the bride for their flight
Inside the rehab home, they applauded the generous comedian
The one left-handed and his one right-handed mate
His right became his left, and his left for his right.
The aisle or the rehab home
To make the life’s journey
You shall give and you shall take
My strength for your weakness
And yours for mine
When failure and success are never final and certain.
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